The University of Roehampton welcomes students with disabilities and offers flexible support services tailored to your needs. Our Disability and Dyslexia Services are on the main campus, Digby Stuart, along with our Access Centre: Access@SW15.
New students for 2017-18 and Study Needs Assessors: full details on the changes to the DSA and how the University of Roehampton is responding to this can be found here. This information will be updated as changes are implemented so please check this link regularly.
For new students, we strongly recommend that you get in touch to let us know about your specific disability and support needs. Any information provided will be kept strictly confidential and will only be used to support you with your studies. Please click here to complete a short form to give us some information about your support needs.
Using the links below, please contact us to share more information on your requirements.
Click here for Dyslexia Services to inform us of your specific learning difference (SpLDs) such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Please send us a post-16 diagnostic report.
Click here for Disability Services if you have a disability or long-term medical condition and would like to let us know. Please send us a relevant medical certificate or diagnostic report.
Find out more about the services we offer and how we can enable you to achieve your qualification.
Disability Services provide information, advice and guidance on all aspects of the university experience for disabled students.View
Do you have a disability, mental health difficulty, long-term health condition or specific learning difference (SpLD)? If so, find out how to access our range of services.View
We can organise learning support assistants, specialist mentoring and tuition, as well as exam and assessment adjustments.View
Find out about the Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) and other sources of funding available for disabled students.View
Special arrangements can be made for accommodation, parking, equipment and IT services. Our campus has rest spaces, hearing and induction loops and the library has full disabled access.View
Access@SW15 is based at University of Roehampton and provides needs assessments for students eligible for DSA funding.View
Uncertain about what support you are entitled to or how to go about getting it? Check our FAQs for more information.View