Accessibility and inclusion

Our Accessibility and Inclusive Learning teams support and advise students with disabilities, health conditions and Specific Learning Differences (dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD).

We want every student to feel valued and supported and to get the most out of their time at university.

Disabled Students' Allowance

The DSA is funding for students with disabilities, learning differences and health conditions. It is designed to make sure you can fully participate in university life and studies.
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Individual Learning Plans

The Accessibility team liaise with students to create Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) which recommend reasonable adjustments to help you succeed at university.
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Screening and Assessment for Specific Learning Differences

Information for on-campus students who think they have specific learning differences such as dyslexia, dyspraxia or ADHD.
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Information, checklists and screening for SpLDs and ASC

Information about learning differences and diagnostic assessment. Contains checklists and screening information.
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Campus accessibility

Information about accessible routes in and around our Falmouth and Penryn campuses.
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Autism & Uni Toolkit

For new students with autism or students who are thinking of studying with us.
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Contact us - Accessibility team

Telephone: 01326 253 629


Book an Online Meeting

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Contact us - Inclusive Learning team

Telephone: 01326 259 340


  • (SpLD queries)
  • or (inclusion queries)

No DSA software? No problem

Follow the link to find out about useful free technology that you can use if you don't get DSA

Sway: No DSA software? No problem
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