Select your location

Current location: Coventry

Your Officers: Adam Khan & Elizabeth King

We're Adam Khan & Elizabeth King, your Disabled Students Community Officers.

The Disabled Students Community is a space to share your ideas, opinions and concerns about being an Disabled student at Coventry University. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to view what events we have coming up.

We organise events, share news, campaign, suggest policy, and do what we can to make Coventry University a better space for Disabled Students.

The Community isn't just for Disabled Students, and it's entirely up to you how involved you want be. If you're passionate about making Coventry University a more inclusive space the join the Community to include Disabled Students content in your personalised news and updates.

News, policy, and actions

Volunteer to be an E-Mentor!

Are you are interested in supporting a young person, who might not be able to obtain support elsewhere, to reach their career goal? We're looking for E-mentors with an interest in Life Sciences to support students from Widening Access backgrounds ...

Careers Team Diversity Newsletter

Read on to find the latest edition of the diversity newsletter featuring specialist events, internships and opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds from Coventry University Careers Team...

National Hate Crime Awareness Week 12th – 19th October 2019

To mark National Hate Crime Awareness Week we want to let you know that if you have experienced or witnessed harassment because of your race, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, faith or any other reason you can report it online at www.coventry.ac.uk/harassment

 

Useful things

  • Disabled Students Policy Statement

    24 Aug 2019

    Coventry University and CUSU are committed to ensuring Coventry University is inclusive for all. Read the Disabled Students Policy here.

Chat

 

Events

Blind In Business Workshop
20th November 1pm - 3pm
AGG27 - Alison Gingell Ground Floor
Blind in Business works exclusively to support visually impaired students and graduates into the best graduate jobs. They will be hosting a workshop based on building confidence in, and taking ownership of your visual impairment in employment ...
RSS Feed