Students with disability and/or health condition can:
Disability Advisers can:
Information Technology support for students with disability and/or health condition is available. For more information about assistance and software availability view the IT Support website.
If you require information regarding UTAS Access Parking Permits please refer to Campus Services
Students with disability and/or health condition seeking support from the University, in accordance with the University Disability Procedure, have the responsibility to disclose the nature and implications of the disability and/or health condition to the Disability Service in order to receive study accommodations via the Learning Access Plan procedure.
Disability Service Personal Information Statement
Your personal information is being collected by the Student Centre on behalf of the University of Tasmania for the primary purpose/s of providing disability-related services and course adjustments. Failure to provide this information may result in you not receiving course adjustments or services to alleviate the implications of your disability on your study. Your personal information will only be used for the primary purpose for which it is collected and disclosed only to the following persons or organisations:
The University will ensure that your personal information is not used for any other purpose or disclosed to third parties without your consent unless such a disclosure is required or permitted by law.
For information on how your personal information is being used or stored, or to access your personal information, visit the UTAS website or contact the University on (03) 6226 2999.
A Learning Access Plan (LAP) is the formal document developed through Disability Services that details the specialist services, study and assessment accommodations available to an individual student with a disability and/or health condition. Students who need services and study accommodations are required to provide documentation from a health practitioner or educational psychologist and then meet with a Disability Adviser to develop their LAP. For more information click on LAP procedure.
Authorised by the Executive Director, Student Centre
26 June, 2014