Students can report an accessibility issue - anything that prevents people from accessing something that the University offers - here.
This can be anonymous or on behalf of someone else.
AccessAble shares detailed information on a venue's access - including our Streatham campus. You can view a specific building or search our services.
You can also take a virtual tour of learning spaces on all our campuses.
Disability Advice and Support
Advice and support
Our disability advisors and our AccessAbility team provide information and advice for students with a disability or long term health condition. This can include specific learning difficulties, long term health conditions, sensory or mobility impairments, autism spectrum conditions and mental health difficulties. The team can:
- create an Individual Learning Plan, and liaise with your department to recommend study adjustments (e.g. exam arrangements);
- help you apply for specialist one-to-one support and equipment;
- help you access support arrangements for specific accommodation and car parking permits;
- signpost you to other services at the university and locally.
If you are a prospective student, we have a range of information and resources available for you pre-arrival. You can also book an appointment with our team to discuss your circumstances and support needs.
If you are a current student, you can declare your disability to us through our online form, upload medical evidence and make an appointment to discuss your support needs.
Book an appointment with a disability advisor to discuss setting up your support or for other related queries.
What we mean by a disability, what happens when you declare your disability and advice on sharing medical evidence.
Resources including assistive technology, information for DSA assessors and advice for staff and parents.
Help and advice applying for funded support including Disabled Student Allowance.