Accessibility

Accessibility is fundamental to our core values and we endeavour to create an environment that is open to all.

Buildings within Wadham College vary in degrees of accessibility to people with physical disabilities.  Some of our buildings date as far back as the seventeenth century and are presently not fully accessible.  However, we will do as much as we can to make reasonable physical adjustments or arrangements to make the College as accessible as possible.  The extent to which we are able to to do this depends upon individual requirements, but we do have experience of many students and staff with disabilities living and working within the College.

Please do contact us for more information and to discuss your requirements.

Please note that Wadham is an educational environment and the College may close to visitors without notice.  Visitors are advised to contact the College before planning a visit. For all general enquiries please contact Wadham College Lodge.  Our staff will be pleased to assist.  They can advise you on contacting all College departments and may be contacted on:

Telephone:               01865 277900
Textphone:               01865 277587
Email: lodge@wadham.ox.ac.uk

Feedback
We welcome your comments and feedback on any accessibility issue pertaining to Wadham College. Please submit your comment by e-mail, mail, phone or in person.  We look forward to your feedback and working with the College community to ensure that Wadham College is accessible to all of its members to the maximum extent possible.

Accessibility to Buildings

Disability

For information and advice on the way in which a particular disability may impact on your experience at the University of Oxford and for assistance with organising disability-related study support please contact the University of Oxford Disability Advisory Service.

Tel: 01865 280459
Fax: 01865 289850
Email: disability@admin.ox.ac.uk

Disability contact within Wadham College
For information on domestic and residential matters please contact the Domestic Bursar.
For information on academic and admissions matters please contact the Senior Tutor.
For general information please contact the Disability Lead/Acting Tutor for Admissions

Responsibility for meeting the needs of disabled students is shared across the collegiate University. The ‘Common framework for supporting disabled students’ sets out the principles that underpin the procedures, and aims to improve the sharing of information, clarity of roles and responsibilities, and the consistency of provision.

Disability support

Enquiries and suggestions

This information will be regularly updated as further access measures are introduced by the College.  Enquiries and suggestions about access may be directed to the Domestic Bursar’s Office, Wadham College, Oxford, OX1 3PN.  Telephone 01865 277963.