Do you have a documented health condition that is impacting your studies?
Are you managing carer responsibilities alongside your units?
Do you live in a remote location or struggle with sufficient internet access for your course?
If any of these sound like you, or you feel that your circumstances or conditions mean you’d benefit from some additional support then we have a team just for you.
The Student Access & Inclusion Team is here to provide practical support and assistance to any student who is impacted by injury, long illness, disability, learning difficulties or other health condition, as well as for students who are carers of family members with a disability or health condition. They are also able to offer support to incarcerated students, members of the defence force and a variety of other students. The service is completely confidential.
This support could include:
- Permission to take a guide dog to lecture theaters
- Extra time to complete exams and assignments
- Permission to have breaks away from the Webcam
- Permission to use a computer in an exam
- Rest breaks in intensive schools, quizzes and exams
- Alternative formatted materials
For example, if you suffer from an anxiety disorder, you might be able to sit your exam in a separate space away from other students and have allotted rest breaks. Another example is breaking a bone, you might be able to receive extensions for assignments due when the incident happened or even utilize a computer or scribe in an exam setting.
The services available aren’t limited to what is listed above so if you’re wondering whether your situation would qualify then we’d highly recommend getting in touch with the team.
Trimester 2 Exam Options; Access and Inclusion Registration
Examinations for Trimester 2 have been moved to an online format due to COVID-19. If you are planning to sit an exam in the exam period for this trimester and are interested in support, please make sure you are registered with SA&I. Information on how to register for specifics circumstances can be found here. If you think you may benefit from some extra support but are unsure, make sure to contact SA&I to discuss your situation and options.