- Contact Access and Inclusion and let the team know you'd like to register
- tick the box on your CDU application form or;
- contact Access and Inclusion by phone, email or appointment.
- Have a relevant professional complete your support form (there is a text-to-speech version too)
- Make an appointment with Access and Inclusion to develop an Access Plan or Placement Plan.
Am I eligible?
Access and Inclusion is available to all enrolled CDU Higher Education and VET Students. If you're a VET for Secondary Schools (VSS) student, get in touch with your school for further support.
Access and Inclusion can help students with a broad range of conditions, including:
- mental health conditions
- temporary physical conditions, ie. broken ankle
- permanent disabilities
- chronic pain
We encourage you to get in contact with Access and Inclusion to discuss your circumstances.
What help can I receive?
In your Access Plan or Placement Plan, Access and Inclusion will work with you, relevant staff and people who support you to make adjustments to your learning.
Examples of adjustments include:
- adjustments to your study conditions ie. more time in exams
- course material in other formats
- assistive technology and software
- physical access arrangements
- additional time for assessments
- modified placement conditions.
What supporting documents do I need?
You will need to provide supporting documents from a relevant professional when you register (such as a doctor or psychologist).
Download the support form (there is also a text-to-speech friendly version) or you can provide a letter or report from your health professional that addresses the following points:
- What is the condition or circumstance affecting you?
- What is the anticipated duration of the condition or circumstance?
- How does the condition or circumstance impact access to and participation in your study?
- What are the professional’s recommendations for adjustments?
If you are unsure about who can provide supporting documents, please contact us.
Access and Inclusion