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If you are disabled we aim to help you to enjoy studying at ICC or visiting the college for other reasons. If you have any questions or difficulties‚ please contact Alison Nicolson‚ who is Disability Support Officer. Alison is based in Reception and you can e-mail her on email@example.com
Applying to Study Here
Please let us know of any practical arrangements we can put in place to make your interview a positive experience. Your interview is also an opportunity to talk through your particular requirements.
There is a ramp to the main door and a ‘talking’ lift to all floors. There are disabled toilet facilities on the ground floor and the first floor. One of the study bedrooms in the student accommodation has an adapted shower area for people with mobility difficulties. There is good access along college corridors.
If required we can provide students with sign language interpreters, readers or sighted guides. There is a ‘loop’ system in the worship area and in all teaching rooms. Any information on this web page or other college documents can be provided in a different format; please let us know what you would find helpful.
Disabled Students Allowance
If you are studying at ICC, you may be entitled to a Disabled Student’s Allowance from the SAAS or your local education authority. This may be used to provide particular equipment and/or personal support. If you would like help in finding out about this, please contact Alison, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a difficulty such as dyslexia
We can help with arranging assessments carried out by an educational psychologist. And you may be entitled to longer loans from the library and longer exam periods. Talk to Alison for more information.