Who are we?
We represent a student community for those who self-identify as disabled, and their allies, at the University of Bath. This includes students with long-term medical conditions, hidden illnesses, mental health difficulties, or other impairments. Our aim, as a diversity and support group, is to ensure our members feel empowered, understood, and fairly treated.
What do we do?
We provide a safe space for members to chat about their time at university with students who may face similar issues. This can take place across a wide-range of accessible venues from coffee mornings, to pub socials, to large-scale activism events. Honestly, we're always open to any ideas you may have!
In the long term, we hope this group can encourage postive change by voicing your views and challenging the university to ensure equal opportunities for all students.
How can I get involved?
To stay in the loop about all our upcoming events, "purchase" our FREE membership on this page. This gives you access to our regular emails and Facebook group, or follow our Facebook/Instagram pages.
If you're interested in getting involved with committee, we are currently recruiting for an Inclusivity Officer for the 2019/20 academic year. Please email us if you have any questions or interest in joining committee this year, or next.