A Disability consultation is available to students whose performance in coursework (assignments) and examinations is impacting on their progress in Trinity, and who believe that this may be related to a disability that is either undiagnosed or not yet disclosed to the university.
A consultation with a Disability Officer is provided for students who do not have evidence of a disability and it is designed to provide:
- Discussion around academic challenges and how progress is impacted;
- Information on options for external disability diagnostic assessment;
- Introduction to available assistive technologies and other support in college.
We recommend that students complete the following steps:
- Allow at least one term or semester to settle into academic life, and to become familiar with university requirements, expectations, and skills.
- Seek advice and support for learning through Student Learning Development including the academic skills module in Blackboard Learn.
- Make an appointment to discuss your concerns with your Tutor.
The Disability Service does not carry out tests or assessments or other diagnostic procedures, but can provide a Consultation including suitable advice on external assessment. The Psychological Society of Ireland provide a list of registered psychologists.
Students who are advised to seek a formal assessment and who experience financial hardship, may apply to the Student Assistance Fund.You can request a disability consultation with a Disability Officer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.