1.3 Disability

Information on University policies and facilities for people with disabilities can be found from the AccessAbility website and the Cornwall Accessibility Service website.

Students who feel they require special assistance should be assessed by AccessAbility, and may be eligible for help for specific needs (e.g. extra time in exams; special equipment). The College keeps a record of students who have disabilities (including dyslexia), to help us to ensure that we support you appropriately. We also have a College AccessAbility Liaison. This is the Academic Programme Support Manager for Humanities, Emma Jones (emma.l.jones@exeter.ac.uk), who students may consult for advice. If you have a disability or debilitating illness, it is in your interest to disclose it to AccessAbility and the Disability Officer, who can advise on steps to ensure that you are not disadvantaged.