Resources for Students

There are a range of services and on campus facilities for students with a documented disability, injury, illness, short or long-term health condition. You can discuss your situation and the options available to you at the time of your appointment. Listed below are some of the facilities and services we offer:

Facilities on campus

  • Assistive Technology Room
  • Maps


  • Alternative Formatting
  • Software
  • Volunteer Note Taker Scheme
  • Mobility Aids
  • Assistive Equipment
  • Access on campus and support services


ADCET is an excellent resource that provides information, advice and resources on inclusive practices in higher education to:

Microsoft have some incredible Accessibility features available and are passionate about promoting disability inclusion. To learn more about how Microsoft are doing this, take a look at their website to learn more about the tools available to help with vision impairment, hearing loss, neurodiversity, mobility and mental health here.

Anthology Ally and Microsoft 365 have a number of accessibility features that can be accessed by JCU students to provide flexible learning options for students. This includes downloading content in alternative formats, immersive reader, dictation and read aloud functions and tools to modify how information is presented.

The following webinar shows you how to access these tools on learn JCU and Microsoft 365:

Introduction to Digital Accessibility (

Read the transcript here

Did you know that your iPhone and iPad have accessibility features built in? Check out ADCETs article on how you can access these.