In line with current guidance from both the Government and the University, the Disability Service is unable to offer face to face appointments at this time. We are offering telephone/video appointments for students registered with the service. If you require further information or support please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0141 330 5497/7237/5121/2260
Assistance during Covid 19
- COVID 19 FAQS
- University financial aid for vulnerable students during the COVID-19 crisis
- The NHS should have contacted vulnerable students regarding assistance with food supplies and medicines
- The Counselling & Psychological Services Team at the University has published useful information and links which may be of assistance. They can also arrange for you to speak to a counsellor in confidence.
New Entrants 20/21
To discuss your support needs please email the Disability Service
With the following documents:
1. Your evidence of disability from a medical professional or psychologist signed and on headed stationery.
Please read the following documents
Your appointment will take place via Microsoft Teams, you will be contacted at your allocated appointment time. MS Teams can be downloaded using the instructions on the university website: https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/anywhere/office365/teams/. Alternatively, you can download the free Microsoft Teams app to any smart phone and sign in using your GU email address. Please ensure you have a place where you can talk privately during your appointment.
Many students' needs can be met through adjustments to teaching and exam arrangements and use of on-campus assistive technology. In some cases the Disability Service can help you to apply for non-means tested funding intended to cover the extra costs or expenses that you may incur while studying and which are a direct result of your disability.
SFE students please access DSA funding and remote needs assessments soonest https://www.gov.uk/disabled-students-allowances-dsas
65 Southpark Avenue
Glasgow G12 8LE
Map: E12, See Campus Maps
There is a fully accessible entrance around the Gibson Street side to the left when facing the main entrance of the building.
Please confirm your access requirements when making an appointment.