Disability Advice & Support

DMu Disability:

Do you have a disability or medical condition and want to find out more about accessing support in your studies?


Do you need some help or support with making your application to the Disabled Students Allowances?


Do you want to find out more about accessing the welfare services at DMU?


If so, please feel free to come along to our drop in sessions that are running from 11am to 1pm on Wednesday’s during term time in the Hugh Aston Building room 0.71 where a member of our team will be available to speak with you (These may need to be cancelled on occasion due to staff availability, should this happen please email balengagement@dmu.ac.uk for an appointment or alternatively this can be booked directly via My Gateway)


We look forward to seeing you !


What Support Do We Offer

DMU is committed to providing leading support to enable our prospective and current students to achieve their full potential.

Support and guidance is available to students with a wide range of impairments.

This can include, but is not limited to:

  • Visual or hearing impairment
  • Autism, including Asperger’s
  • Physical impairments or mobility difficulties
  • Long-term or progressive medical conditions e.g. diabetes, sickle cell anaemia, epilepsy, cancer, HIV, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Specific learning difference e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia

Tell Us About Your Disability

Tell us about your disability by clicking on the link below “Consent Form”. 

Alternatively, you can always scan the code down below (with your phone). This will take you to the same website, where you will be able to complete the “Consent Form”. 

Talk to us

Have any questions? We are always open to talk about how we can support you.