Please note that Wellbeing Support Services, including Disability Services, moved to Senate House in January 2019.
Disability Services are part of Wellbeing Support Services at the University of Warwick. We encourage existing students and applicants to declare any disability or learning difference and contact us in advance to discuss their support requirements to enable us to make reasonable adjustments for the duration of their studies.
Please note that students with mental health difficulties or disabilities are signposted to and supported by the Wellbeing Support team, the Mental Health team and the Counselling Service at the University that are also part of Wellbeing Support Services.
The University of Warwick and Wellbeing Support Services as a whole are committed to equality, diversity and to promoting an inclusive teaching and learning environment for all.
Meet the Disability Services Team
Information about staff and how to contact us here.
If you have a general question, need advice or would like an appointment please contact us. You may find the answer you are looking for on our ‘how we can help’ pages.
We welcome feedback from staff, students and external users of our services and webpages.
Students and staff who have any concerns about the services offered by Disability Services can report these directly to the Heads of Service, Kathryn Fisher and Despina Weber (K.J.Fisher@warwick.ac.uk - D.Weber@warwick.ac.uk ). Staff in Disability Services will also forward any issues or complaints to the Heads of Service.
The Heads of Disability Services will make contact and/or meet with the people involved to discuss their complaint/concerns and endevour to identify ways forward.
If no successful resolution has been achieved the issue will be referred to the Director of Wellbeing Support Services, Hannah Friend. This will in turn constitute Stage 1- Frontline Local Resolution of the University's formal Student Complaints Resolution Procedure. Students are informed of the above in email communications and as required in their appointments or telephone conversations with members of staff in Disability Services.
All of the above information can be provided in alternative formats upon request. Please direct any initial requests to email@example.com
Please see the Wellbeing Support Services Confidentiality Statement and the information on data protection at this link.
We work within the legislative frame work of the Equality Act (2010) to provide reasonable adjustments for staff and students with disabilities.