Student Accessibility and Inclusion Registration Form

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Please complete the information below to register with UOW Student Accessibility and Inclusion service. The Student Accessibility and Inclusion team assists students experiencing temporary or permanent disability or medical condition/s to harness their strengths and overcome institutional barriers in order to fully participate in their study. The team of allied health professionals and specialised professional staff, works in partnership with students to enable them to achieve their study and career goals.

The more information you provide will assist us to effectively engage with you and assess your needs.

Information about the nature of your disability or medical condition will be handled in a confidential manner and will not appear on your academic records.

If you experience any difficulties completing this form or would like to speak with someone, please email or phone 4221 4942.

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Supporting Documentation

Supporting documentation is required to complete any registration. Please provide a complete UOW supporting documentation form or educational / psychometric report which details your diagnosis and the impacts of the disability in relation to study.

Does the supporting documentation provided meet UOW Documentation Guidelines?Required
I would like to provide more information about my needs

By clicking yes, you will be presented with additional questions to provide further information about your needs.


When you submit this registration form, you are acknowledging the following:

I acknowledge and agree that the Student Accessibility and Inclusion team shall arrange assistance and support.

  • All relevant student details and subject information held in University’s student systems, may be accessed by the SAI Team in order to appropriately communicate your needs.
  • My Access Plan may be shared within the Student Accessibility and Inclusion Team and relevant university staff who need to know specific information to implement any adjustments (such as Academic teaching staff, Exams team).
  • Relevant information may be shared with a dedicated support person, if one is required.

We value your privacy and we have a strong commitment to confidentiality. UOW privacy policy provides further information on UOW’s commitment to protecting your privacy.

Further information can be found here:

Personal information remains confidential and?will?only be released with your consent, except when:

a) a team member is concerned that you or another person is at risk of harm.

b) The team has a legal obligation to do so, such as under subpoena or court order.