GTC will make every effort to assist students with specific access requirements at any stage of their application or studies.
If you have any queries or particular requirements, contact Alison Franklin.
The Doll and Walton Buildings have provision for disabled students.
The ground floor of the Observatory (including the Dining Hall) is accessible. Those with mobility difficulties may be unable to access the upper levels.
A limited number of parking places are available at each of the College houses, and at Rewley Abbey Court. Parking is not normally possible on the main College site on weekdays. If you have a disability and require parking on site, you are advised to contact the Lodge or your College host in advance to arrange this.
There is lift access to a basement lecture room (the E P Abraham Lecture Theatre) in the Walton Building, which is equipped with a loop aerial for use with hearing aids.
The website has been designed with accessibility in mind, and we hope that all users are able to navigate it successfully. If you are experiencing any difficulties, or have any queries, please contact the Communications Manager, Sue Wilson.
The University Disability Advisory Sevice provides information and advice and can assist with organising disability-related study support.
The Oxford University Student Union runs the Disabled Students Campaign, a group of interested students who represent the needs and aspoirations of students with disabilities within the University.
The Oxford University Disabled Students' Community, in association with the OUSU Disabled Students Campaign, brings together those interested in or affected by disability at Oxford for informal social events, talks and support. Visit the Facebook page.