Jesus College supports the University's statements on Equal Opportunities and Diversity. We have a number of students with different disabilities or special educational needs successfully studying at College. You are welcome to contact us to discuss suitable accommodation, potential adjustments to academic facilities and study aids, both before application and then before taking up a place. It is important to contact the relevant University department or faculty as well. Disabled applicants are strongly encouraged to disclose their disability at the time of application, so that, in the case of potential undergraduates, the College can make reasonable adjustments for any special requirements if applicants are invited to interview, and in the case of all students, the University and the College can follow up as appropriate. For more details of provision please see the Jesus College Access Guide (PDF document), or you may request a paper copy from the Access Fellow.

The staff in the University's Disability Office can offer informed guidance based on plenty of experience of students at Oxford. Please see their web site or call them on +44 (0)1865 289824. 

For applicants and students with any health and/or welfare difficulties (physical, mental or emotional), the Student Health and Welfare website also has useful information on the sources of help and advice that are available in the University in a whole range of areas.