Students with disabilities and health conditions add to the diversity of our University community. This broadens our understanding and appreciation for the contributions of each individual.
Disability Services provide leadership and guidance regarding accommodations and access, which requires a collaborative relationship among all members of the university community. Students accessing support services are required to have their health professional complete the Access to Assistance for Students with Disabilities/Health Condition (PDF 90.3 KB) form before making an appointment.
The following information may be useful for you to get access to support:
Did you know that USEP can give you personalised career planning?
USEP (UniSpecialist Employment Partnerships) is a partnership between the University of Tasmania, the National Disability Coordination Officer Program and Maxima to provide a specialist employment service for students with disability or an on-going health condition (inclusive of mental health).
This service is available to final year students, post-graduate and recent graduates. This service can help you to explore personalised career planning and how to improve your chances of getting you in front of employers. The UniSpecialist Employment Partnerships (USEP) are focused on graduate placements relevant to your area of study and career goals.
To book in to see one of our USEP consultants go to Appointment Hub (look for Disability Employment Support – USEP under Appointments). Appointments are available via phone or Skype as well as in person.
Visit Ask Us for answers to all your questions as a student at the University of Tasmania
- What kind of assistance can I get from the University if I have a disability?
- How do I know if I am eligible for assistance with a disability?
- I have a Learning Disability. What documentation do I need to provide?
- What is a Learning Access Plan (LAP)?
- How do I make an appointment to see a Disability Adviser?