If you have a disability, medical condition, or impairment, you can register with Access and Inclusion for an Education Access Plan (EAP), which will allow for adjustments to be made so you can undertake your studies, such as adjusting a process or providing equipment.
This involves the verification of the disability or medical condition with appropriate documents and a discussion about your needs. This medical documentation will need to describe the nature of the disability or medical condition and the extent to which that disability may impact your ability to undertake your studies. Access and Inclusion will assess the nature and extent of the disability or medical condition and facilitate the provision of support. You can read more about this process here.
Students who register with Access and Inclusion and with a current EAP must communicate with Course Conveners regarding the implementation of reasonable adjustments to their assessment. You can read more about how this works here (although this page is CASS-specific, this process largely applies across Academic Colleges).