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Students with disabilities

The University's Disability Advisory Service provides information and advice on the way in which a particular disability may impact on your experience at Oxford, and can assist you with organising disability-related study support.

University support

The University of Oxford supports over 1,300 students who have declared a disability, including specific learning difficulties (such as dyslexia and dyspraxia), long-term health conditions, mental health difficulties, mobility difficulties, sensory impairments and autism spectrum disorders.

We strongly encourage you to let the Disability Advisory Service (DAS) know if you have (or think you might have) a disability as early as possible so that they can advise on the range of study support that is available and can make any support arrangements that may be required.

You can download a guide to accessing disability support from the DAS website: www.ox.ac.uk/students/welfare/disability.

Alternatively, please contact the team to speak to a Disability Advisor who will be happy to answer any questions you might have:

College support and facilities

Who to contact

Within Queen’s, the disability contact (Disability Coordinator) is the Academic Administrator,  Mrs Joyce Millar.

The Disability Lead is a College Fellow and the Equalities Advisor (Secretary), Professor Jane Mellor.

Equality policy

Equal Opportunities – Policy (June 2016)
The Queen’s College Harassment Code of Practice (October 2016)
The Queen’s College Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults (June 2016)
The Queen’s College Recruitment and Selection Code of Practice (June 2016)

Public Sector Equality Duty Checklist

Guidance for members of the University of Oxford on meeting the Public Sector Equality Duty

Equality monitoring data

Disability Programme Type Overview 2015
Ethnicity Programme Type Overview 2015
Gender Programme Type Overview 2015
Overview of Equality and Diversity Measures 2015