Information for students

Find key information for students, including what services we offer, ways to fund your study and how to register with us.

There are many sources of support—both academic and personal—available to you at the University.

We work closely with other Student Academic Services, the wider University community and external support agencies to ensure that while you study here it is your academic ability that is challenged, and not your impairment.

Disability Services empowers students


Disability at the University

The number of students with disabilities at the University is steadily growing, and we greatly welcome the increasing diversity of our community.

Key services for students

We offer a broad range of quality services which are tailored to your individual needs.

Working with your adviser

Discover the steps that you'll go through with your disability and inclusion adviser, from starting at university through to graduation.

Parents and whānau

Disability Services welcomes visits from parents, guardians and whānau, particularly in the transition to university.

Register with us

Access our online registration form and find out what supporting documentation you'll need to provide.

Funding your study

There are many different sources of funding for students with disabilities. Here you'll find an introduction to what is available at the University and beyond.

Privacy

Our staff are aware that personal information we hold about you may be of a private and confidential nature.

Meaningful and inclusive work

We work with Workbridge and Careers and Employment to assist current students and graduates with obtaining meaningful and inclusive employment opportunities.