Disability Resource Service
The Disability Resource Service (DRS) assists students with disabilities by providing appropriate, disability-related study support services and specialist resources such as:
- Practical support (e.g. interpreters, notetakers)
- Assistive technology (e.g. screen reading, screen magnification, learning support and voice recognition software, CCTV, digital voice recorders)
- Information in alternate and accessible formats (e.g. electronic, enlarged, tactile diagrams, braille, video subtitles, audio transcripts)
- Special arrangements for exams (e.g. extra time, separate room, readers and/or writers)
Any student with a temporary or permanent disability that affects their ability to study is eligible to register.
Assistance for departmental tests, exams and notetaking is available to current registered students.
The Disability Resource Service offers a range of support services to registered and unregisterd students.
Download the Disability Resource Service Handbook PDF that outlines our services.