Free  and confidential support, services and facilities for UQ students with a temporary or on-going disability, illness, injury health or mental health condition.

An advisor will work with you to identify the support that you might need and this could include 

  • Support to discuss the functional impact of condition on studies with academic staff
  • Access on campus
  • Accessible learning materials 
  • Extensions to course work
  • Exam adjustments.

 Relevant medial documentation is required.

For more detaited information please refer to the DDI Handbook

About DDI Handbook 

Contact a Diversity, Disability and Inclusion Advisor (DDIA)

 Student Services
     Building 21D, St Lucia

+61 (7) 3365 1704

inclusion@uq.edu.au

 
 

Disability services

Assistive technology

Get access to technology and equipment available for use by students with a disability.

Computer facilities

We provide access to specialised disability software and peripherals for eligible students.

Participation assistance

Students with a disability can get help completing tasks, including assistance at the library and lab and with mobility and typing.

Transcription Services

Student who are unable to take adequate notes due to a disability can receive Note-taking assistance.

Alternative print formats

The Alternative Print Service (APS) aims to provide students with a disability with print material in alternative formats.

Interested in helping people with a disability? 

Learn how you can become a participation assistant.