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Contact and Appointments  

Student Inclusion Advisors are here if you encounter any challenges to your health, wellbeing, or ability to study. 

To arrange an appointment, email with ‘APPOINTMENT’ in the subject heading.   In the body of your email, tell us as much as possible about the challenges you are experiencing so we can make sure the right support is there for you.  

We offer appointments via video call or over the phone  - you can choose whichever format works best for you. 

Guided by you, our Inclusion advisers can: 

  • Help you access exam adjustments. 

  • Support you when applying for funding, such as Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA). 

  • Discuss with you reasonable adjustments for teaching and learning. 

  • Arrange a screening and possible referral if you think you may have a Specific Learning Difference such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia or ADHD. 

  • Provide advice and guidance about the potential impact of your disability or mental health difficulty on your studies and how this can be accommodated within your course.  

  • Signpost you to support services.

  • Provide information and advice if you're considering an interruption of study for health or wellbeing reasons. 

  • Support your return to study following an interruption due to health or wellbeing reasons. 

Confidentiality and Data Protection 

Details of your disability are treated as sensitive data and will therefore be kept confidential except where you have given consent permitting us to disclose it. This consent will remain in force during your registration at the University unless you notify the University otherwise. All information supplied regarding your disability will be stored electronically and/or as paper records and will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. This information will be retained by the University after your registration has ceased in accordance with the University’s records management procedures, and then destroyed in a secure manner. 




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