Disability and mental health support at Kingston University

The Disability and Mental Health Service is based in the John Galsworthy Building at Penrhyn Road campus and supports students who have a disability including mental health conditions to access appropriate study-related support.

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Who do we support?

We offer support to current students, prospective students and offer holders, as well as parents and guardians.

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How do I get support?

Find out how to register with the Disability and Mental Health Service to get the support you need.

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What support can I get?

We can support you in many different ways, with individually-tailored advice to help you access the most effective support.

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Disabled Students' Allowance

Discover if you are eligible for Disabled Students' Allowance and how to access the support it offers.

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Accommodation for disabled students

The University's halls of residence include some accommodation that is accessible or adapted for disabled students.

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Frequently asked questions

We answer questions about the disability and mental health support at Kingston University.

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Contact us

Discover how to get in touch with the Disability and Mental Health Service.

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Autism Transition Day

Our Autism Transition Day helps smooth the journey from school to university.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework

Learn how we're committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of our community.