The disability and mental health advisers, based in the Student Life Centre, co-ordinate support arrangements and resources to enable students to with disabilities to benefit fully from their time at Kingston University.
Students with long-term health conditions, mental health conditions, physical or sensory impairments and specific learning differences, such as dyslexia are all entitled to support..
For more information please contact us:
Students can also join the Disabled Student Network for a student-based community within the University.
You need to provide supporting evidence of your disability.
If your report was conducted when you were younger than sixteen years old, we can still use this to provide some support and reasonable adjustments. However, to be able to apply for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) you will need to have been over 16 when your report was done Please let us know if you need a new post-16 report.
If you don't have this evidence, please ask your Doctor to fill out the following form, which we can also accept. You will also need the same types of medical evidence in your DSA application.
We aim to make sure that all pages published on the Kingston University website are fully accessible for visitors with a disability.
"The mental health adviser was helpful with supporting me in managing my mental health and wellbeing at university. They discussed with me developing coping strategies and if I wanted my tutors to know about my mental health difficulties. They said it was my choice, and they would still give me support if I decided not to."