Guidance for disabled visitors
Information and resources for disabled students.
Disability and Dyslexia Support Service
This university service coordinates support for students who declare a disability or a specific learning difficulty. They can also answer any questions and provide advice prior to your arrival on campus.
Online access information is available for all our buildings and services and includes a number of route plans to help you navigate across campus.
Download the app
In addition to the online database of access information, we have also developed the free dedicated app called AccessAble – UOS, to make accessing this information even easier.
The app has been developed in partnership with DisabledGo and is available for both Android and Apple devices.
Assistance dogs trained by members of assistance dogs (UK) or by an equivalent organisation in another country, and have formal identification are permitted to accompany their owners at all times and in all places within the UK (unless there is a genuine health and safety risk) including University buildings.
Many of our academic and residential buildings are multi-storey and if you are likely to need help from the University to evacuate from a multi-storey building you are visiting in the event of an emergency (for example a fire alarm).
Please let the department you are visiting know this in advance, indicating the type of assistance you would need, so that they can make arrangements to help you should the need arise.
Coronavirus - campus access
Check our coronavirus information pages for the latest on access to University buildings.
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