Disabled Students

Student on a wheelchair talking to a group of students.

This community is for any student who has a disability, including hidden disabilities like Crohn’s, Neurodivergent conditions such as autism and mental health conditions. We aim to encourage all our disabled students to use our resources, to come together and share experiences and bring positive change to disabled students’ university experience. This is your opportunity to meet like-minded people and enjoy events whilst making your voice heard. Discover useful resources, support and how to get involved below.

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Community Engagement Lead
Lottie Cree (She/Her), BA (Hons) Acting for Stage and Screen

What would you like to achieve in your role this year?

This year, I aim to make sure that the Disabled Student’s Society is a safe and welcoming space for all, and make sure that every person in our community feels equally represented and listened to. I want to continue running campaigns, bringing lesser-known conditions to light, raise awareness for ableism in society, and celebrate events such as disability pride month. We should celebrate the differences that make us all ourselves and be welcome in a community that understands the joys and difficulties that come with being disabled, and those who actively celebrate it.

Momina stood outside smiling


Every year we commit to celebrating and promoting Disability History Month. If you would like to get involved with the planning or suggest ideas for the next Disability History Month (16th November to 16th December 2023), please contact the Disabled Students Community Engagement Lead or email community.su@coventry.ac.uk.

If you have an idea of an activity you’d like to run for the community, we can support you!

If you have an idea for a campaign you’d like to run, we can help you deliver your campaign!


Adopt the Friendly Faces Society to help raise awareness and become part of an inclusive community that works towards making a change across the campus and beyond.

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