Regent College London welcomes students who are differently abled, including those with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia or dyspraxia.
Disability support and inclusion
Tailored, confidential advice
Our Inclusion Coordinator can provide tailored disability related advice to applicants and students alike. All such information will be treated confidentially and will only be shared with other Regent College London staff where appropriate and where consent has been given. Students with different levels of abilities can receive adjustments whilst on their course and during their examinations, upon receipt of medical evidence.
The Inclusion Coordinator can assist students in the completion of their Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) applications and contact Student Finance England on students’ behalf, when required.
Arranging an assessment for specific learning difficulties
If you believe that you may be dyslexic or dyspraxic, please contact the Inclusion Coordinator and they will liaise with the psychologists and specialist assessors that work alongside Regent College London.
The Inclusion Coordinator at Regent will:
- Collaborate with students with disabilities and those on support plans
- Refer to diagnostic and needs assessment centres
- Assess students’ level of support needs (learning disabilities)
- Offer support to students when completing Disabilities Students’ Allowances (DSA) form
- Support reasonable adjustment plans
- Hold an Inclusion ‘Drop-In’ session every Thursday at 13:00 –13:30