Getting support in place at university, 24 June, 10am-11am
Are you blind or partially sighted and looking to start university this year? Do you know what support a university might be able to offer, how to get that support in place?
Thomas Pocklington Trust’s Student Support Service and the University of York are on hand to navigate through you this journey.
Our free webinar will take place on Thursday 24 June between 10am and 11am. It will talk you through:
- What support a university may typically offer
- When, who and how to contact the university you’re attending or hoping to attend
- What the difference between Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) and university is
- What wider support is available for you.
There will be time to ask questions of our panel.
- Tara Chattaway, Student Support Manager at Thomas Pocklington Trust
- Mo Onyett, Student Adviser at the University of York.
“I am a Student Adviser, based in the Student Hub. I have worked in HE advice roles since 2002, joining the University of York in 2005. My background includes research and training in disability matters as well as charity and company leadership. I have a lifelong joint condition and am a wheelchair user.”
Registration closes Wednesday 23 June at 5pm.
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