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We know that studying part-time, on top of your work and domestic commitments, can be a big step, especially if you are returning to study. You need excellent facilities and you might need help and advice on a wide range of issues. If you do we run our Student Services Department to provide all sorts of services.
Our Darlington library gives you access to PCs, printing facilities, silent study areas and a range of books relating to subjects taught here. You can also take advantage of our intersite loan service and E-resources.
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The University welcomes applications from disabled people. Applicants are admitted
solely on their academic ability and their ability to benefit from the course they've chosen.
If you have a disability, specific learning difficulty or mental health difficulty, we
recommend that you contact us as soon as possible because some support arrangements take time to implement.
Student Services offers information and advice on entitlements, facilities, specialist
equipment, access and exam provision, and can negotiate arrangements with other agencies or parts of the University.
We can carry out a needs assessment which is used to get the funding for any specialist equipment and support you need.
We have computer facilities throughout the building. As a student you will have access to email and internet facilities. Many facilities are available on an open-access basis, including printing services at reasonable rates. Free Wi-Fi internet access is also available across the campus.
If you would like more information about our courses or the University, please register with us.
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