Students with disabilities or impairments

If you’re an AUT student with a disability or impairment, we can support you to participate as fully as you can in learning. 

Who we can help

We offer specialist advice and support to AUT students who:

  • Have a confirmed impairment or diagnosis
  • Are Deaf or hearing impaired
  • Are blind or vision impaired
  • Have a specific learning disability (eg dyslexia, dyscalculia, Asperger's and autistic spectrum disorders)
  • Have mental health issues
  • Have mobility issues
  • Have an impairment, long term injury or illness

If you're considering studying at AUT, you're welcome to contact us. 

You can visit or contact the Student Hub for more information.

Identifying the support you need

We’ll invite you to an individual assessment interview, where we’ll work with you to identify any support you need for your studies at AUT. 

Arranging support if you have a disability
Types of support for students with a disability

AUT’s commitment to the equity code of practice

We are committed to equity of access and opportunity for students, staff and visitors. AUT supports the principles of Kia Ōrite: Code of Practice for an inclusive tertiary environment, which enables students with impairments to achieve fully.

Kia Ōrite Code of Practice (ACHIEVE website)

Last updated: 29-Jul-2016 3.42pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.