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Enabling ServicesPart of Student Services

Considering university?

If you are considering the University of Southampton and you have a disability, specific learning difficulty or mental health problem, you will benefit from finding out about the support available to you.

Specialist practitioners and advisors are here to support students during their time at University. The professionalism and commitment of everyone here is recognised across the University and beyond. We have years of experience supporting students with all kinds of disabilities and problems.

Areas of support

Support available

Tell us about your needs

Disclosing a need for support (including but not limited to physical disability, dyslexia and mental health problems) will not affect your application to study at the University of Southampton.

Please let us know as soon as you can about your support needs. When you enrol, you agree to share information with relevant university departments. If you would prefer information not to be shared, please contact us to discuss this.

The easiest way to disclose is to enter a code in the Disability box on your UCAS application form. We will know you have applied and will send you a questionnaire asking about your support needs, so we can put support in place before you start University.

If you have not ticked the Disability box on the UCAS form, contact us at any time to explore your options and get advice.

 

Contact us to arrange a Skype, telephone or face to face appointment

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