Welcome to Disability Support at Durham! We’re here to help with your study support requirements if you have a disability. Whether you're thinking about applying to Durham, are already an applicant or a current student, our team can help.
You’ll find information here about the support available, including how to set up any support you need for your course, as well as advice about funding you might need to apply for.
Disabled students make up over 20% of the student population at Durham. We work with partners across the University to make sure our environments, policies and practices are inclusive. Our mission is to support disabled students to engage fully with their learning experience and achieve academic success.
Disability can mean different things to different people. It may include you if you have a physical or sensory condition, a long-term medical condition (including medically recognised mental health difficulties such as depression or anxiety disorder), or a neurodiverse condition, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD or Autism.
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Further information about what help you can receive from Disability Support.