To request support, you'll need to fill in your information online and provide supporting documentation.
If you need assistance with registering, please call or visit the Disability Resource Centre.
You will need to provide supporting documentation from an appropriate professional. This documentation should include:
- information on your condition
- how your study may be affected
- whether your condition is permanent, temporary or ongoing.
You can download and fill in the supporting documentation form (DOCX, 46.7KB) or provide your information in another format, so long as all the required information is given.
If you have a learning disability, you must provide a report from a psychologist or other qualified professional trained in administering standardised tests and assessing learning disabilities.
All documentation and reports must be in English.
A DRC team member will contact you to arrange a face-to-face or phone interview after they receive your registration information.
Academic Support Worker - Note taking, Auslan Interpreting Support
To request note taking/interpreting support, please complete the Note taking request form.
Please note that you must have an Access Plan and have been assessed by a Disability Liaison Officer with Academic Support Worker allocated to submit this form
Changes to note taking and Auslan interpreting
Please note that due to the pause in campus based classes, captioning and transcription services will be available in place of Auslan interpreters. Please contact your Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) to discuss any barriers/concerns/issues. Notetaking will be continuing for relevant classes and seminars, with notetakers accessing the online/Cloud versions of content.