Future students

If you are a future student with a disability or health condition or a parent/carer we encourage you to talk to our Student Disability and Accessibility team about what supports you may need while at university. Talk to us about:

  • making an application
  • preparing documentation
  • reasonable adjustments
  • transitioning to university
  • resources for parents

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Tertiary Education Experience (TEE)

Our Tertiary Education Experience is a program for high school students in Years 9 - 12 with disabilities to check out their university options. TEE can help students:

  • choose a degree aligned with their dream career
  • identify and develop skills needed for university study
  • understand supports available such as assistive technology and learning support
  • get a realistic view of university life including tips for transition to uni from current student mentors
  • connect with Griffith student mentors who also have disabilities.

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My story: Julia Robertson

Julia is studying a Bachelor of Psychology degree at Griffith and accessed Student Disability and Accessibility to make sure she had the right support in place to help her succeed.

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