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Disability Support

Welcome to the Disability Support webpages, here you will find information about the team and the services we provide. You may contact us at any point in your career here at the University.

The Disability Support team provides support and advice for students who consider themselves to be disabled. We are available to meet by appointment with students in the Portland Building on University Park, Room A06 in the Amenities Building on Jubilee and in A14, off the Guild Room, in the Barn at Sutton Bonington, as well as being available to meet students at other locations by arrangement. Please use the icons below to explore our pages and follow the contact details link if you wish to arrange an appointment.

All requests for adjustments to examination arrangements must be supported by evidence:

Study strategies sessions for disabled students

As the autumn 2017 term progresses, Dr Lisa Rüll - a Study Support Tutor based in Academic Support who has extensive experience of supporting disabled students to develop their study strategies - will begin providing appointments for disabled students. These sessions could cover issues such as reading strategies, revision techniques, preparation and planning for writing, and time management. 

How to access a session

Disabled students already in contact with Disability Advisers will be able to discuss a referral to meet with Dr Rüll.

When will sessions be available?

Sessions for Undergraduate students will mostly be scheduled on Tuesdays and Fridays in Portland Building, University Park. Sessions for Postgraduate students will usually be available on Wednesdays in Highfield House, University Park campus, but with some occasional availability at other Graduate Centres (possibly on Thursdays).   

 
 
 

 

 

Accessibility (Disability Support)

Portland Building
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44(0) 115 95 15992
email: disability-support@nottingham.ac.uk