Our Student Wellbeing Advisor can provide a range of support and advice whether you are a prospective, new or current student.
We offer practical support and advice for a wide range of disabilities including: specific learning difficulties; unseen disabilities such as epilepsy, asthma or diabetes; physical or sensory disabilities; Asperger's Syndrome; chronic medical conditions and mental health problems.
Medical evidence is required in order for support to be put in place. The medical evidence should be from a suitably qualified medical professional, such as an educational psychologist, GP or consultant. It should:
- be typed on headed paper, signed and dated
- be written within the past six months
- give the date of any diagnosis and details on the diagnosis
- indicate that it has been a longstanding condition and/or it is or is expected to be a long term condition
- state that it is likely to impact on your studies and give details
If you do not have evidence but did receive support at school, please send a copy of your school support profile or details of any adjustments you received such as extra time in exams.
Support arrangements, such as extra time in exams, can only be put in place when you have visited the Student Advisor and provided evidence of your disability.
For information about the full range of support for disabilities please refer to our 'Support Available' webpage.
- Job title
- Disability Mailbox
- Job title
- Student Wellbeing Advisor (SBC)