We won't tell other students that you have a learning contract. It's up to you if you want to disclose your disability to other students.
The contract is relevant to Sheffield Hallam University only and is not a legal document.
How to access this support
There are a number of ways to get a learning contract.
Provide disability evidence - once we have suitable disability evidence we will send you a basic learning contract. This is so that some support is in place while you apply for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) or funded support from the University.
Apply for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) and attend a Study Needs Assessment - you will get a detailed learning contract with tailored support after you have attended a Study Needs Assessment.
Attend a Disability Adviser appointment - you can discuss your learning contract in a Disability Adviser appointment once you have provided suitable disability evidence. If you are applying for DSA, you can attend a Disability Adviser appointment before, during or after you have applied, so you have the right support in place while you are waiting. You can book a Disability Adviser appointment if at any time you feel your learning contract needs amending or updating (e.g. transitioning from undergraduate to postgraduate).