Disability Support at Emma
In the first instance, any student who feels that a disability is preventing them from making the most of their time at Emma should contact their graduate tutor, Dr. John Maclennan or Dr. Jeremy Caddick.
The College also has two disability liaison officers, who ensure that all students receive adequate support, and are regularly in touch with the University’s disability resource centre. The current liaison officers are the College registrar Angela Elliot, and the senior tutor Dr. Robert Henderson.
Students with temporary disabilities (broken limbs, concussions, illness etc.), are strongly encouraged to inform their graduate tutor- as the College may be able to offer substantial support to ensure that your academic life is affected as little as possible.
The university-wide Disability Resource Centre also provides information for students on a variety of issues such as building access, funding and support. Their website has further details and contact information.