Accessibility Tools


  • The admissions' staff having meetings with refugee and asylum seeker students face to face or telephone for checking the entry requirements.
  • Recommending pathways to refugee and asylum seeker students to meet the university requirements.
  • Arrange one to one support with a technician to prepare disabled student's equipment before the degree starts.
  • Compulsory training for administration staff to support students with impairments.
  • Participate in campus-wide efforts/events sponsored for or by the Office of Student Disability Services.
  • Proactively advocate for the freedom to equally access resources, technology, and services to support individuals with disabilities.
  • Use social media as an instructional tool to promote services the college community may not be aware of i.e. assistive technology apps.
  • Solicit feedback from key stakeholders and administrators through surveys, focus groups, and incentivized input to monitor programming and services.
  • Drive awareness-raising among staff and students by using research data and other material.