Accessibility and Inclusive Learning
The Accessibility and Inclusive Learning team is here to help you settle in, manage day-to-day life and get through the rough patches.
You can contact the team for help and advice for things like:
- Physical, communication or sensory disabilities
- Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs) like dyslexia, dyspraxia or ADHD
- Mental health conditions
- Long-term health conditions
- Checking if you qualify for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA)
If you have a disability
It’s important to get support in place before you arrive at university, so make sure you declare your disability during the application process so that we can help you. We'll then get in touch to arrange support for you, and tell your teaching department to make any reasonable adjustments.
If you find out you have a disability, health condition or SpLD later on, don’t worry. Just get in touch and we’ll help you sort things out.
On-campus Falmouth students can get a better idea of their study skills with this free online screening tool. We'll email you the link before you arrive. It’ll help you decide whether to get assessed for an SpLD like dyslexia, and point you towards useful advice and resources. Try to take it before you enrol, to give us time to adjust things to meet your needs.
You’ll find plenty more useful information on our Inclusive Learning site