Whatever your disability, contact AccessAbility for individual support.
AccessAbility Services, Exeter campuses
The University is committed to supporting disabled students, staff and visitors on all its campuses. The AccessAbility Service is currently located on the ground floor of the Old Library building on the Prince of Wales Road on the Streatham Campus. However, from June 2012 we will be moving into the new Student Services Centre on Stocker Road. We also have a presence at St Luke's Campus during the week. Please contact the service on the Streatham Campus to arrange an appointment at St Luke's.
The AccessAbility Service offers individual support for students with specific learning or physical difficulties. We can help with screening for dyslexia and dyspraxia, and diagnostic and support needs assessments. We also offer support in applying for the Disabled Students’ Allowance. You may have already let us know about a disability through contacting us, or on your application form or by registering with us. However, in order to ensure that you receive the support you need it is vital that you visit our office and register with us to put this in place.
If you feel you may have support needs, do make contact as soon as possible. You can make an appointment to talk to an advisor in confidence. Phone 01392 263880, email: AccessAbility@exeter.ac.uk, come in to make an appointment, or visit the AccessAbility website.
Office opening times: 9.00am - 4.30pm, Monday - Friday (Wednesdays opening at 10.00 am). Closed on Bank Holidays and University closure days.
For further information on the services we provide please view the AccessAbility website.
Accessibility Service, Cornwall Campus
The Accessibility Service offers individual support for students with specific learning, physical or mental health difficulties. We can help with diagnostic and support assessments as well as ensuring that reasonable adjustments are made to support your learning and exam arrangements.
If you require support on grounds of disability during your studies, it is important that you apply for the Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) before commencing your degree. This is in order to prevent delays in accessing your individual support or equipment. The Accessibility Service offers support in applying for DSA. If you feel that you may have support needs, do make contact as soon as possible.
If you have mobility difficulties, please make contact with the Accessibility Service as soon as possible so that the accessible routes across campus can be pointed out to you. Depending on your course, you may need your student card to be activated to allow access to certain routes. You can make contact by email: email@example.com or phone: 01326 370460.
You can talk confidentially to an Accessibility Advisor. We are located in Student Support Services on the Cornwall Campus in the Tremough House Annex, upstairs from FXU offices. Please either drop in or phone: 01326 370460 to arrange an appointment with an advisor.
For further information on the Accessibility Service please view the Accessibility Service webpages online.