The University has four colleges across two campuses. Step-free access is available in most buildings, although some are heritage or listed so may have limited access. We advise students to contact Disability Services as soon as possible so that any potential access issues can be addressed.
Additional facilities include:
- Wet room
- Hearing loops
- Rest spaces
To apply for accommodation on-campus please click here: https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/accommodation/
If you have accommodation requirements related to your health needs and/or disability, please complete and return a self-assessment accommodation form to the Disability Service: Self Assessment form
In order to support your accommodation requirements, you will need to provide medical evidence to the Disability Service with your self-assessment form. We will always try to offer you accommodation that suits your needs. However we cannot guarantee that suitable facilities will always be available.
Please contact the Accommodation Team directly if you wish to view accommodation based on your disability-related needs.
Disabled students, who may not otherwise be able to attend the University, may be able to stay on campus for the duration of their studies if they wish. A new application for each academic year is required.
Library Services include access to:
- Loaned equipment
- MindView software
- Claro software
- Click and Collect Service
- RNIB Bookshare
- Academic Achievement Team
For information about Library Services, please click here.
Loan equipment such as laptops and digital recorders are held in the Library, please note that stocks are limited. These laptops have some assistive software available - please enquire at the Audio Visual Resources (AVR) desk in the Library and ask for details.
On campus computer facilities: click here for information on available PCs and Macs.
The university offers students the opportunity to buy a laptop via the studentstore (this service is provided by an external company).
The university has a limited number of parking permits available for students with physical and mobility difficulties, where on campus parking may be seen to support and facilitate academic success. These permits are prioritised for:
- Blue badge holders – students who are registered as disabled and have a current blue badge authorised by their local authority
- Students with temporary physical impairments due to accident or injury, who can provide medical evidence
- Students who are pregnant and are able to provide medical evidence indicating the need for parking and clearly stating the duration required
For more information on eligibility and how to apply, please click here.
A Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan is a bespoke plan for any students who require assistance from evacuating a building.
PEEP arrangements are in place to ensure that anyone in our buildings can escape safely in the event of an emergency. If for any reason, you are not able to evacuate a building unaided during an emergency situation, please inform Health and Safety so we may set up the risk assessment that is specific to you. This will take into your account your situation including where you may live (if on campus), and where you study as well.
To inform Health and Safety please:
- Download the PEEP Questionnaire, fill it in and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- For more information, download the PEEP Guidance