The University of Nottingham is committed to promoting access for students who have a disability, dyslexia and/or a long-term medical condition. The University offers a range of academic and practical support to enable students to fulfil the inherent requirements of their course as independently as possible.
In addition to every student in the school having an academic Personal Tutor, there is a Disability Liaison Officer (DLO). The DLO coordinates with all staff in the school, Academic Support, and other bodies within the University to ensure that you receive the support required. Students are asked to contact the DLO as soon as they arrive in Nottingham.
Contact the School of English DLO
Student Services is your one stop shop for help and support. Browse their services online or visit in person at any Student Service Centre.
Academic support offers academic and practical support for all students in a variety of ways:
Disability support is responsible for promoting access for all disabled students and applicants by influencing the development of policy and procedures relating to disability and ensuring their compliance with the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (SENDA) 2001, which is an amendment to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995.
The Students' Union has a Disabled Students' Network, that works to make sure that all students with a disability can access fair provision of education and services. They provide information, support and advice to students, as well as organising social events.
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