We provide confidential information, advice and guidance to prospective and current disabled students and to staff supporting disabled students.
Our consent process has changed. Please read our updated disclosure and confidentiality statement, especially if you have refused consent to share data previously.
Disability Services has created a video on the support options for disabled students at the University of Bristol. The term ‘disability’ is broader than many people think.
Disability Services: What we do
Find out who we can help and what we do.
Submit a Study Support Request (SSR)
If you are a current student, complete our online form to access study support and request reasonable adjustments.
View your Study Support Plan (SSP)
If you are a current student, view the existing support and adjustments you have in place.
Applying for funding and DSA
A guide for how to apply for Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) and other funding for UK and EU/International students.
Evidence of your disability
Find out what types of evidence to provide for your disability, and where you can obtain it.
Alternative exam arrangements (AEAs)
Find out more about Alternative Exam Arrangements, and how to apply.
Book a room for study support
How to book a room on campus to meet with your support worker or diagnostic assessor, and find a study space.
We arrange workshops for students on specific learning difficulties, applying for funding, study skills, and assistive technology.
Wellbeing access form
If you're feeling anxious, lonely or worried, or you are concerned about someone else, contact the Student Wellbeing Service so we can identify the best support for you.
Apply for AEAs
Submit a Study Support Request (SSR) to apply for Alternative Exam Arrangements (AEAs). The deadline for applying for AEAs for the summer resit period has now passed.
You only need to apply if you don't already have a Study Support Plan (SSP), previously known as a Disability Support Summary (DSS)).
You can review the AEAs in your SSP.