Make an appointment to meet or speak with an AccessAbility Support Adviser. For off campus students phone or email to make arrangements
You will need to supply current documentation from your treating health professional (for international students, please click on following link for your documentation requirements, International Students)
Provide AccessAbility Services staff with information relating to course and subjects such as subject codes, lecturers’ contact information
AccessAbility Services staff will guide you through the remainder of the registration process
Students with disabilities who may require support services are encouraged to disclose their needs at the earliest opportunity. Although early identification is important, students are welcome to request assistance at any time.
Early identification is particularly important in the case of those students with high support needs, to ensure that support is available from the start of the academic year. Failure to identify, or late notification, may result in resources being unavailable or delayed. Identification will also assist the University in forward planning and recognising areas of need.