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Centre for Learning and Study Support (CLaSS): Disability

Enhancing academic practice, writing development and study skills

What support can CLaSS offer to me?

CLaSS can support you in a variety of ways including:

When you book a tutorial or workshop you will have the option to let us know what your needs are. If you have any queries about accessing our service please contact CLaSS on

Bridging the Gap

Bridging the gap 

Dyslexia? Dyspraxia? ADHD?

Just had a diagnosis of one of the above? Come along to one of CLaSS’ Bridging the Gap workshops.

The workshop will help you to:

· learn more about these ‘labels’ and ask questions

· look at your approach to learning as difference not disadvantage

· identify your own strengths and challenges in order to take positive steps forward

· access the range of services and resources on offer in order to achieve your potential and be successful at DMU



How to book

Click on the link in the calendar to book onto a workshop. You can also visit:

Further support

If you have a disability or medical condition there is a range of support available across DMU. 

In the library:

The library disability team can support you with finding resources through the Ask and Collect service and getting them made available in an accessible format.

There is a range of assistive software available on all library computers for students to use. There are also workshops and one to one tutorials to help you learn how to use it.

The Maths Learning Centre can provide support with maths or statistics. Drop-in sessions are available from 12.30pm-2.30pm on weekdays during term time and exam time.

Across DMU.

Disability Advice and Support can arrange support for your studies at DMU. They also work closely with the Mental Health Inclusion Team and the Counselling Service. They are based in Gateway House. To make an appointment with any of these services please contact Student Gateway.