Make an appointment
Student Disability Services is open.
Under Covid-19 alert level one, appointments are available in person, via Zoom or phone.
For help on joining a Zoom meeting, please watch this useful video: Youtube - Zoom Joining a Meeting
Appointments are available for all prospective and current students.
We prefer that you use our online booking system, where you can make an appointment instantly with the appropriate team member.
We have three different appointment types:
General advice and support
Appointments for students with disabilities, for advice and support to help make studying at the University an accessible and positive experience. This appointment is with one of the Disability Advisers.
Mental health support
Appointments for students living with a diagnosed mental health condition, such as psychotic disorders, depression and anxiety disorders. This appointment is with one of the Mental Health Advisers.
Appointments for domestic students with disabilities with a Workbridge employment consultant. Workbridge is a specialist employment service that has partnered with the UoA to help connect students with prospective employers.
Please note that Workbridge is not able to meet with international students. International students may instead make an appointment with Career Development and Employability Services (CDES).
Please see Workbridge's website for full eligibilty criteria.
Students who are not based in the City campus can arrange an appointment by phone or video. Complete Workbridge's online enrolment form and mention 'University of Auckland' when answering 'How did you find out about us?'.
Our main office is located in the ClockTower on the City Campus. We suggest making an appointment.
Basement Level, Room 036
22 Princes Street, Auckland 1010
We have an office on the Epsom Campus. A Disability Adviser is at Epsom Tuesday and Wednesday. Hours: 8am-1pm.
Academic Success Centre, Level 3, Room 325a
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 82936.