Support for Students
Disability and Reasonable Adjustments
Disabled students who require any disability related reasonable adjustments such as new equipment or changes to teaching practices should contact Disability Advice and Guidance. Students with a Mental Health condition can also contact the Mental Health Advisory Service or the Counselling Service. We advise that this is done at the earliest opportunity to ensure that support is in place. Prospectice students with questions about disability support and reasonable adjustments should contact Disability Advice and Guidance.
Information on campus accessibility is available via the AccessAble (DisabledGo) website.
Faith and facilities
The Chaplaincy to the University provides a ecumenical chaplaincy service to students at the University including Anglican, Catholic, Methodist and Jewish chaplains, and a Muslim Adviser. A Muslim Prayer Room is available for students in the Sydney Jones Library (Liverpool), and a Multi-Faith Room is available in the London campus. For further information visit University Chaplains and Faith Facilities
If you are a current student and are planning to undergo or are undergoing a process to reassign your gender identity and wish to discuss this with the University please contact Student Welfare Advice and Guidance. If you are a prospective student and have any questions about the support available during your transition or you are a alumna and wish to discuss records/references etc please contact Student Welfare Advice and Guidance.
Further information is available on our intranet page Transgender.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans
The University of Liverpool has had an active student LGBT+ Society for over 40 years providing peer support, social and nettworking, campaign and lobbying activities. LGBT students who need additional support should contact the Student Welfare Advice and Guidance on issues such as coming out at University. Download LGBT Students Fact Sheet for information on networks, events, campaigns and support for LGBT students.
Find out about LGBT History on the online LGBT History of the University of Liverpool project website.
Further information is available on our intranet page Sexual Orientation.
Bullying and Harassment
The University of Liverpool has a zero tolerance approach to bullying and harassment. Students can contact a Bullying and Harassment Advisor for advice and guidance if they have experienced or witnessed bullying behaviour. The Dignity at Work and Study Policy is the University's Bullying and Harassment policy and outlines steps to seek a informal and formal resolution.