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Disability support

Ensuring equal access for all students

Disability Services helps students who have a disability to access reasonable adjustments, and provides advice to prospective students about support services.

Reasonable adjustments are any changes to the academic environment that provide a student with a disability the best possible opportunity to succeed in their studies.

As the main point of contact and support for students with disabilities, Disability Services works closely with both administration and academic departments of the University.

This is to ensure that appropriate arrangements relating to teaching and assessment are made for students with disabilities, while maintaining the academic integrity and core requirements of individual courses.

Our principles

Disability Services encourages independence, responsibility and autonomy in the students that access this service.

Once registered, students have access to an online service request system which allows them to manage their needs independently and in their own time.

How to find help

If you're a student looking for support, visit the student website to register with Disability Services and to find more information on the services and adjustments that we offer.

If you're a staff member looking for support, visit the Intranet for more information.

We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions about the services we provide.

Disability Services

Disability Services

Phone
+61 1800 793 864 (Within Australia)
+61 2 8627 1444 (Outside Australia)
Fax
+61 2 8627 8482 (Main Campus)
Address
Level 5 Jane Foss Russell Building G02
Disability Services is the principal point of contact and support for students with disabilities. Mon - Fri, 9am - 4pm

Third-year student
"While my overall Sydney experience has been enjoyable, there were also some challenging and difficult times. It was the support provided by Disability Services and faculty staff that helped me get the most out of my subjects and survive exams."