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Creating a safe, inclusive and equitable educational environment for students with disabilities at the University of Auckland.
Read some of the stories of our students with a range of visible and invisible disabilities and how SDS supports them.
Student Disability Services provides support for students with a wide range of impairments, both visible and invisible.
Students facing exceptional circumstances, or those who are deemed to be ‘higher risk’ for Covid-19 related reasons, may apply to be enrolled in online courses.
We support and guide current students living with visible and invisible disabilities in both practical and pastoral ways.
Thinking of studying at the University of Auckland? Find out how we support students living with visible and invisible disabilities.
We support staff to create a safe, inclusive and equitable educational environment for students with disabilities.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor Equity leads the University's commitment to equity-group students, including those with disabilities.
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