Lancaster University has a world-wide reputation as a centre for research scholarship and teaching. Student feedback and satisfaction high at Lancaster and the university has invested heavily in its campus , with top class facilities for teaching, learning, research and recreation.
Planning for university life and study
From your first days at Lancaster, the Careers Service , Students’ Union and academic faculties work together to give you the broadest, most responsive employability support possible.
Lancaster has been developing services for students with disabilities for over 20 years and we aim to help all prospective and current students who have a disability.
We provide information and advice on:
Dyslexia tuition and study support
Disabled student allowances and other funding
Study aids and strategies assessments
We work alongside disabled students from the first enquiry or visit before students arrive, through their course and on to the job application process. We also co-ordinate developments across the University to enable teaching and other staff to think around all kinds of accessibility issues.