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How can we help?

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We are committed to ensuring every student has an equitable learning experience at Warwick.

From disclosing a disability, through to discussing and agreeing recommendations for support, our Disability Services Team is here to advise and provide assistance throughout your academic journey.

Disability advisors at Warwick

Tell us about your disability

There are a wide range of individual adjustments and study support available for disabled students.

We encourage you to meet with a Disability Adviser in order to determine what support might be appropriate for you at Warwick,

Remember to bring supporting evidence

We will ask you to provide relevant supporting evidence to inform the discussion we will have with you about support and reasonable adjustments. That could be:

  • a full diagnostic report for Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).
  • a psychiatric report.
  • a medical letter.

If you don't have any evidence, you can ask a medical professional to provide information through a medical evidence form.

Support that is appropriate to you and your individual circumstances

There may be times during your university experience that you need someone to discuss your progression, or how your circumstances have changed. Because each student's experience of disability is unique, the support you receive will be tailored to your particular needs. Explore the many ways we can help you below.

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Reasonable Adjustments

Get the same access to education as anyone else through reasonable adjustments.

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Screenings and Assessments

Have a specific learning difficulty? A screening can help you explore this and advise you on the next steps.

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Accommodation Needs

You can be considered for on-campus accommodation, often for the duration of your course.

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Mitigating Circumstances

Access assistance for exceptional events that significantly disrupt your ability to study.

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Tools and Study Support

Improve your productivity and study skills with a wide selection of software resources and other tools.

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Accessible Transport

There are a variety of different ways in which you can make your way around campus, and the wider area.


We work within the legislative framework of the Equality Act (2010) to provide support for disabled students in accordance with the University's Disability, Mental Health and InclusionLink opens in a new window policy.