Find out about support available for care leavers
Starting university can be a daunting experience for anybody, and if you have additional learning needs you will want to make sure that you will have access to the right support for you.
Here at the University of Suffolk, we aim to create an inclusive learning environment that makes teaching accessible for all. However, we understand that one size does not always fit all, and therefore have a team of staff who are dedicated to ensuring that bespoke support arrangements are in place where needed.
The Disability and Wellbeing team sits within students services, and aims to support students throughout their university experience. The team is made up of disability and mental health advisers, disability and wellbeing advisers, specialist assessors and a pool of specialist support staff.
They can help with:
Find out what help will be available when you start university, and how to access support.
How to apply for DSA, and what you can expect following your application
Find out about assessment for dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties. Page under construction.
Information about accessing support and how to stay healthy at university
Contact the team or book an appointment