Accessible Halls Accommodation

Supporting Applicants with Disabilities

Disability and Inclusion services provide advice and assistance to applicants and students who may require adjustments or arrangements to enable them to fully participate in student life. If you are thinking of coming to Newman University and need advice on what arrangements are available for you, please contact Heather Griffiths, our Inclusion Co-ordinator or Lynne Whitlock, our Mental Health Adviser.

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Accessible Halls Accommodation

We have four  fully accessible rooms in the halls of residence for students with physical disabilities, two in Cofton Hall...

Campus Accessibility

The University has done much to make the campus fully accessible and there is an on-going programme of improvements.  Some...

Confidentiality and Disclosure

Information about a disability, physical or mental health issues or specific learning difficulties is considered to be personal sensitive information and...

Disability and mental health services: Application and Admission

Newman University welcomes all applicants. When you apply for a course at Newman University we encourage you to tell us about any...

Funding for non-medical assistance/Disabled Students Allowance

If you have an on-going physical or mental health issue, sensory impairment or Specific Learning Difficulty, you should be eligible...

International and EU Students

Students with disabilities

Supporting Applicants with Disabilities – An Overview

Disability and Inclusion services provide advice and assistance to applicants and students who may require adjustments or arrangements to enable...