Access to Work: support in the workplace*
Plymouth University: Access to Work: support in the workplace*. Access to Work is a government support programme* aimed at helping people start and stay in work. The work can be full or part-time paid work whether permanent, casual or temporary.
Find out about reasonable adjustment.
Accommodation requirements for students with disabilities
Plymouth University disability services. Students with disabilities and accommodation
Joining a group
Plymouth University: joining a group can be a good way to meet other students who may be experiencing the same sort of difficulties as you and to enjoy the support of others.
Group sessions to improve your academic skills and knowledge (Dyslexia friendly)
What's on at Plymouth University: Group sessions to improve your academic skills and knowledge (Dyslexia friendly) for Plymouth University students. Plymouth University, various dates.
Learning support, health and wellbeing
University of Plymouth: The Learning Gateway offers a range of services to students at Plymouth.
Frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions for students with a disability at Plymouth University.
Disclosing your disability
Information about disclosing your disability.
Student support documents
Detailed information about student support documents (SSD).
The End of Dyslexia? seminars
What's on at Plymouth University: The End of Dyslexia? seminars. Plymouth University, 11 and 12 September 2014.