Designated study spaces and resource rooms

The University provides a number of designated spaces and facilities for use by students with disabilities. These spaces are in high demand, and access is decided on need. If you have any queries regarding the resources described below, please feel free to contact Student Disability Services.

The Todd Foundation Centre

The Todd Foundation Centre for students with disabilities helps make studying at our City Campus easier for people with a disability. The centre is located in the Recreation Centre, at Quad level.

The centre includes:

  • computers
  • specialised equipment such as closed circuit television (CCTV)
  • University network and library catalogue access
  • individual and group study desks
  • coffee and tea-making facilities
  • rest room with bed and easy chair
  • wheelchair-accessible toilet.

You will need to apply for access to this space. This is arranged through the Disability Coordinators.

The General Library resource room – Te Tumu Herenga

There is a designated study space on the first floor of the General Library containing a number of computers. Access to this space is arranged through the Disability Coordinators

Kate Edger Information Commons resource room

There is a room located on the second floor of the Kate Edger Information Commons, equipped with two computers and a height-adjustable desk.

Faculty of Law resource room

There is a study space in the Davis Law Library that contains specialised equipment.