Are you 18 – 25? Do you get support at university? Finding it hard at university? Don’t know what support you can get?
Take part in our survey to share your experiences of support at university!
The questions will help us to write a report about the experience of deaf students in the UK and getting Disabled Students Allowances.
It will help us to see what can be done to make it better for you to use!
Please fill in this survey if you can!
It will take about ten minutes to complete. If you are worried about sharing your experiences, the answers won’t have your name on so no one will know who the answers are from.
Make sure you fill in the survey by 24th December!
If you’re stuck with the survey email firstname.lastname@example.org to get support
Support at university
Sometimes it can be scary when you are about to go to university or studying there. We know it can be hard and there is lots to think about!
Getting support isn’t always easy. From checking where you live has deaf alerters, communication help during class to making sure your work is easy for you to understand.
There is lots support you can get. Check your university to see if they have a disability support service. They may have information about types of support you can get!
To find out if your university has an officer go to find out more information here.
The National Union of Students can also give information about what support you can get – check out their website.