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The deadline to get your medical evidence to the Disability Team so that alternative exam arrangements may be put in place in time is: Thursday 18th July 2013
“Do you feel the University of Leeds is as good as it could be for supporting Disabled Students? Do you have ideas about how things could be better? The University and LUU would like to hear your views, on everything from open days, timetabling and assessments, to support and facilities like the counselling service.  …
My name’s Liam Bush, and I work in Marketing at Leeds University Union. As part of a huge piece of market research we’ve been conducting into how we can make our building better for students, we’re hoping to run two focus groups tomorrow for students who consider themselves to have specific access requirements for our…
For the second year running, the University has published equality information on its students and staff population. This information can used in a variety of ways, for example as a tool to understand the representation and diversity of staff and students at the university, or to provide evidence to support the identification of activity to…
All Workshops take place in the Equality Service Training room, EC Stoner Building, Level 10, room 10.40. To book any of the workshops, please call in to the Equality Service reception (Ground Floor, Social Sciences Building)  Please note you have to be registered with the Equality Service and in receipt of DSA to access these courses….
  This is a very busy time of year and the Disability Service is currently affected by significant staff absence Please be assured that urgent enquiries will be prioritised for more immediate action and you can access the following services:  Drop in Appointments – Mondays to Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:30 with Disability Coordinators These…
All Workshops take place in the Equality Service Training room, EC Stoner Building, Level 10, room 10.40. To book any of the workshops, please call in to the Equality Service reception (Ground Floor, cialis order uk Social Sciences Building) to complete a booking form. Please note you have to be registered with the Equality Service…
The survey is open to ALL registered students at the University. You can complete the survey regardless of whether or not you have declared your disability to the University, or whether you have accessed our service. A definition of ‘disability’ is given in the first question: it includes dyslexia, mental health conditions, and long-term health…