Are you eligible?
Any student who has disability, mental health or medical condition which impacts on their study is eligible for services. The definition of disability is broad and is defined in the Disability Discrimination Act (1992) which includes:
- hearing impairment
- learning disability
- mobility impairment
- vision impairment
- medical condition
- mental health condition
A disability may be permanent or fluctuating in nature. Students with disabilities are encouraged to develop an individual Access Plan.
Access & Inclusion Services
Access & Inclusion Advisors are available to internal, external and UniSA Online students. Access & Inclusion Advisors work with students and teaching staff to minimise disability related barriers to study. Access & Inclusion Services focus is on supporting students to maximise independent participation and success.
You can book an appointment here to consult with a Access & Inclusion Advisor. You will need your student ID to make an appointment online. If you prefer you can also make a booking by contacting Campus Central by email, call 1300 301 703 or simply drop in to your nearest Campus Central. Appointments can be face to face or by phone.