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- Reasonable Adjustments
- Financial Hardship
The Disability ServicesLink opens in a new window are part of Wellbeing Support Services at the University of Warwick. We encourage existing students and applicants to declare any disability or learning difference and contact us in advance to discuss their support requirements to enable us to make reasonable adjustments for the duration of their studies.
The University of Warwick and Wellbeing Support Services as a whole are committed to equality, diversity and to promoting an inclusive teaching and learning environment for all.
Students are encouraged to meet with a Disability Adviser to discuss what reasonable adjustments may be helpful to enable them to engage with their course. Adjustments are considered on an individual basis and considered in the context of the impact of a disability or learning difference, University policies and the Equality Act (2010).
The recommendations of the Disability team are evidence-based; students are required to supply appropriate and recent medical evidence, or, in the case of a learning difference such as dyslexia or dyspraxia, a comprehensive diagnostic assessment completed by an Educational Psychologist or assessor with a suitable practicing certificate. If you don't already have any medical evidence you can ask a medical professional to complete this medical evidence form.
Once a student has met with Disability Services, the adviser will contact the student's department (with their permission) to recommend any specific adjustments. Although adjustments vary, it is not unusual for recommendations to be made relating to marking, deadlines, recording of lectures and access to lecture materials in advance. For further information please contact the Disability Team.
Students are recommended to make contact with the Disability Team as soon as possible and ideally before they begin their studies, so that reasonable adjustments can be made in good time.
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