Existing or prospective students should contact Disability Services for more help and advice.
Every assistance is given to disabled students, who can have their own personal safety plan, can request adaptations, may receive a disabled students allowance and can request specific housing on campus.
Existing and prospective students with disabilities are supported by Disability Services.
An outline of disability-related information for prospective students is available in the prospectuses:
Much teaching material can be made accessible electronically and training is available for teaching staff who prepare learning material for York's virtual learning environment, Yorkshare, on making the material accessible. Special arrangements can be made for sitting examinations and other forms of assessment.
You can find help for students on using the VLE.
Please note that when you apply for accommodation you will need to provide supporting information.
The Library provides specific facilities to users with disabilities. The Computing Service provides information about the accessibility of student computer classrooms and centrally-provided enabling software.
Disability Services provide more extensive and detailed information for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The Centre for Lifelong Learning is happy to accept students with a disability for evening and short courses wherever possible and asks you to contact them to discuss the adaptions you need.