The Accessibility Network (AN) is a community within the University for students impacted by disabilities such as: long term health and mental health difficulties, sensory and mobility impairments and specific learning differences (SpLD) such as dyslexia.
The Network is run in by students with support from staff on the Disability and Mental Health Team. Different events are put on each year such as welcome events, socials, AN meetings and sounding boards. The aim is for students to:
If you are coming to Kingston University, please join the official Accessibility Network on Facebook. To find us search 'Kingston University Accessibility Network'. You can contact us on here to talk to students and ask any questions you may have about being a disabled student at Kingston.
To access support and advice please see the disability and mental health support team at the Student Life Centre.
We aim to make sure that all pages published on the Kingston University website are fully accessible for visitors with a disability.