Access disability support and services
If you have a disability and/or health condition, you can access our assistance services to support your study life at Macquarie.
The Accessibility Service allows you to meet with a member of the Accessibility team who can:
- assess your needs and identify what support you may need at the University
- work with you and your faculty to determine the reasonable adjustments to assist you to meet the inherent requirements
- provide guidance regarding other study options in the case where it is determined that inherent requirements cannot be met with reasonable adjustments.
Disability practitioners and support staff work closely with other key departments within the University to implement reasonable adjustments and to raise awareness and understanding of disability issues with all students and staff.
Education access plan
Your Individual Education Access Plan will be used to determine reasonable adjustments.
Participate in a Wellbeing Skillshop to enhance your wellbeing and develop your skills.
Policies and legislation
The University complies with relevant disability legislation through its Student Disability Support Policy and Student Disability Support Procedure. For information regarding how the University handles health information, see the Privacy Framework.
Contact the Accessibility Service at Student Wellbeing on +61 (2) 9850 7497 if you have any questions relating to the assessment and implementation of disability supports, reasonable adjustments or inherent requirements.
If you have any other concerns about your ability to participate in aspects of the course, you should contact your course convenor.