Deakin's Disability Resource Centre (DRC) promotes inclusion and access, and provides information and services for students with a disability, health or mental health condition that affects their study or participation in university life.
Our services are for Deakin students who have a disability or health condition that is affecting their study.
What is a Access Plan? How can a Disability Liaison Officer help you? Should you disclose your disability? Those and many other questions answered in this section.
Information and maps about access to buildings and accessible parking.
Find out more about how to request support from the Disability Resource Centre, what forms and documentation are needed.
Alternative assessment, assistive technology, longer library loans, interpreters, and many other types of support are available for those who need it.
Information and support for staff members working with students with disability o
Deakin's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2018–2020 outlines the goals and strategies guiding Deakin to be as inclusive and accessible as possible.
Feedback, concerns or ideas for improvement
Manager, Access and Inclusion, Student Service Network
03 5227 8421 firstname.lastname@example.org
DRC contact and availability
The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) is operating during the usual hours via phone or email.
The Disability Liaison Officer's (DLO’s) are available if you encounter any barriers or need changes to your Access Plan with a move to the online environment.
Please refer to the frequently asked questions page for the most up to date information on Deakin's response to COVID-19.
For general enquiries, contact the Disability Resource Centre (DRC), open 9am to 4pm week days.