Disability and inclusion services
We coordinate support and access arrangements for disabled students and students with specific learning difficulties. Working with academic staff, university services and external agencies.
- What is a disability?
- Disability and Inclusion Services at NTU supports students with a diverse range of support needs. Find out what support you're entitled to.
- Autism support
- Working together to improve the university experience for students with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC).
- Dyslexia, ADHD and other Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs)
- Find out the support and available to students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).
- Long-term mental health conditions
- There is support at NTU for students who have long term diagnosed mental health conditions and are looking for in-person support and reasonable adjustments to help them access their course.
- Physical, sensory and long term health conditions
- The Disability Support Service offers advice and information for individual current and prospective disabled students on the types of support available.
- Support for apprentices
- Learn more about the information and support available for apprentices who have a disability.
- Funding your support - Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs)
- Find out about Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs).
- Assessment Centre
- Find out about our Assessment Centres, located in the Student Centre on the Clifton Campus and in the Newton Building on the City Campus.
- Advice for parents and carers
- Information for parents and carers of students with disabilities and additional support needs.
- Assistive technology resources
- A useful selection of apps that you may find useful to help with your studies.
Information for Needs Assessors and External Non-Medical Help Providers
If you're recommending NTU as a provider during term time, please check the NMH Providers website to see if we are listed, as we will remove our support details from here when we are at capacity.
You can also see our information for external NMH providers regarding safeguarding and the provision of support on NTU premises.
If you would like to provide feedback on any aspect of our service, please speak with your adviser or contact the Team Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44(0)115 848 2085. If you wish to make a complaint, information about the University’s complaints procedure and how to make a complaint can be found online.