Our mission is to support the university community in creating an inclusive and equitable teaching and learning environment to the benefit of all students. Our specialist service provides student-led support to enable disabled students to flourish as independent learners.
We are here to help you if you are disabled, have a long-term medical condition or a Specific Learning Difference such as dyslexia, dyspraxia or AD(H)D.
If you need to see the Accessibility Team to review or change your alternative examination arrangements for the May exam period, please use the additional drop-in sessions at Cherry Tree Lodge, University Park, details below.
If you have not already provided evidence to Accessibility, or you have updated evidence, please bring this with you. Please check our Evidence Policy to ensure you have the evidence we require.
Drop in sessions for students with evidence of Specific Learning Differences (e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD) are available at Cherry Tree Lodge on:
For Sutton Bonington and Derby Royal Hospital ONLY please contact: email@example.com
Drop in sessions for students with a disability or a medical condition that has lasted, or is likely to last for more than 12 months are available at Cherry Tree Lodge on:
For Sutton Bonington and Derby Royal Hospital ONLY please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have an urgent query you can contact your Adviser or Tutor directly, alternatively please ring us on 0115 82 32070. You can also contact your School Welfare Team.
Please see our Examination Arrangements page for information about exam adjustments including collecting exam stickers.
University of Nottingham is committed to equality of opportunity for all its students and complies with legislation affecting access to Higher Education (the Equality Act 2010). You can meet with one of the Accessibility Team to discuss your needs at University of Nottingham. We would encourage all eligible students to apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances before they arrive at University of Nottingham. However, the University does not discriminate according to whether a student has Disabled Students Allowance or not.
If you have dyslexia, dyspraxia, AD(H)D or another Specific Learning Difference (SpLD), contact Academic Support.
If you are d/Deaf, hard of hearing or visually impaired, have a physical disability, mobility difficulty, an autism spectrum disorder/Asperger syndrome, a mental health difficulty or a long-term medical condition, contact Disability Support
The ACCESS Centre carries out Needs Assessments if you have applied for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA). You do not have to be a University of Nottingham student to access this service.
If you are applying to Nottingham, or coming to study as part of an exchange programme, you can find out more about how we will support you if you have a disability, long-term medical condition or a Specific Learning Difference (SpLD).
Are you thinking about Study Abroad as part of your degree? Check our advice to help you plan ahead.
If you want to know more about the support provided across the University and within Schools at Nottingham...
Providing your evidence for support from Accessibility
Privacy statement in line with GDPR
Frequestly asked questions
Academic Support leaflet 2018
Academic support work
Alternative Formats Service (AFS)
Accessible transport - minibus service
Campus and building plan maps
Care leavers - information and support for applying to UoN
Disability Support leaflet 2018
Groups and workshops
Guidance on funding for disabled students
List of Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs)
Support for disabled postgraduate Students
School Welfare support
Cherry Tree LodgeUniversity Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
telephone: +44(0) 115 82 32070
For email contact information, please visit our Contact Accessibility page
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