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Support and Advice

Disability Services

We recognise that everyone has the right to access every opportunity available to them, regardless of any of physical or sensory impairments. The Disability Service is here to provide advice and guidance on a range of disability-related matters and help disabled students to be fully included within the academic and social community.

Visit the Disability Services website for more information on how you can access their services. Their offices are open between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday and it is advisable to contact them by phone or email to make an appointment with an advisor.


Tel: 01248 383620 / 382032


If you are facing barriers engaging in student life then Connect@Bangor may be able to help. Students from Bangor University volunteer to befriend anyone who needs help with getting involved in student life, whether this is through clubs and societies, visiting the shops, visiting your local GP or just having a coffee.

For more information about accessing this service and information about current volunteers, visit the Students' Union website for further details.


Tel: 01248 388000

Further Information

'No Place for Hate: Disability', An NUS report published in 2102 exploring hate crime on campus related to disability.

Gwynedd and Anglesey Asperger/Autism Support Group provides information and advice for individuals with ASD.

Disability Rights UK website offers education factsheets and guides.