Bangor University Disability
Introduction to the Disability Service, Student Services
Not everyone who uses our Service will perceive themselves as being disabled or as having a ‘disability’, the University uses this term however to cover the barriers faced by people with a wide range of physical and sensory impairments, including specific learning difficulties, enduring health conditions and mental health difficulties.
The Disability Team is here to help you get the best out of Bangor. We can provide advice and guidance on a range of disability-related matters. We aim to provide a quality service which ensures the full inclusion of disabled students within the academic and social community, enabling you to engage with your studies and to function in the wider university environment. To view our full Service aims and objectives
Making an appointment
Our offices are open between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. It is advisable to contact the Disability Service on 01248 383620 / 382032 or email email@example.com if you wish to make an appointment with one of the Advisers.
Ideally you will contact us during your application process to ensure that arrangements can be put in place promptly, but you are welcome to get in touch any time during your course.
Where are we?
Student Services, Lower Ground Floor, Neuadd Rathbone, College Road, Bangor. It can be accessed via College Road or Love Lane.
Please see the online location map for Neuadd Rathbone (No 70).
- There are 2 entrances to Disability Services
- Using the Lift: go through the automatic glass door at the far left-hand side of Rathbone and follow the corridor to the lift. We are on floor “-1” (that’s the lower ground floor). Out of the lift, follow the corridor through the waiting room and double doors to reception.
- Follow the footpath at the side of the automatic glass door at the far left-hand side of Rathbone to Disability Services and down the steps and around the building. This takes you to further steps / ramp up to the main entrance.
- Alternatively you can access entrance 2 through the gates off Love Lane and use the ramp, thereby avoiding steps.
Parts of Bangor are hilly so if this could cause you difficulties it may be an idea to familiarise yourself with the area before starting university life with us. If you have specific questions regarding the area, please contact us.
We also have resources to help you find your way around the buildings with information including on where best to park if you are a blue badge holder and which buildings have lifts. For more information, see Getting Around Bangor.
Travel information for Bangor University
All the public transport information you need to know for travelling in and around Bangor.
The University’s declared aim is to take all possible steps to remove unnecessary barriers and enable full participation by disabled students in all aspects of University life. See Disability Equality Scheme and Code of Practice on the Provision for Disabled Students for further information on policy and procedure.
We are pleased to say that the number of disabled students studying at the University has increased over the last few years and our team has grown to meet the demand. We have gained excellent feedback from students and we offer a friendly and professional service.
We welcome your feedback. If you have any feedback, please contact one of the following:
|Maria Lorenzini||Director of Student Experience|
|Carolyn Donaldson-Hughes||Head of Disability Service|