At Flinders, we regard a disability as any impairment or medical condition that inhibits a student's access to education.
Our Disability Advisors are the first point of contact for enrolled students who have a disability, providing them with free, confidential service and advocacy. They can help you negotiate teaching and assessment methods that allow you equal access to university study. These methods are then outlined in your Disability Access Plan.
For more information on what documentation is required to set up a Disability Action Plan, contacting College Disability Academic Advisors, library services for students with disabilities, and on-campus access parking arrangements, visit the Health, Counselling and Disability website.