Our service helps staff and students with their assistive technology, and ergonomic needs. Our aim is to provide, support, information and resources to empower our community.
- Deaf/Hearing loss
- Visual impairments
- Specific learning differences: Dyslexia/Dyspraxia
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) and Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)
- Anxiety, Depression, and Other Mental Health Conditions
Information for Staff
UCL Support Services
Digital Accessibility Team - for staff and students
Student Wellbeing Team - for disabled students
Occupational Health - for staff and postgraduate students
Safezone app - keeping you safe on campus
How to Access your SORA - find out how to find your statement of requirements
Case Studies - more about support from a student perspective.
Physical accessibility of UCL:
UCL is committed to improving the accessibility of its estate, thereby providing an environment which supports equal access and inclusion to UCL and its wider community.
Our main campus is in Bloomsbury, central London although we have other buildings across other parts of the United Kingdom and a new UCL East campus coming soon.
We are committed to optimising access and inclusion as part of our sustainable mission through our 'transforming UCL' programme.
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