Disclosing your disability
Worried about discrimination? Uncertain about who to disclose to? Concerned about who gets to see your personal information?
We understand your concerns.
What you do and don't need to disclose
Here's when you do and don’t need to disclose your disability or condition.
- We don’t need to know every single detail about your disability.
- We do need to know how your disability impacts on your capacity to study.
- The more we know and understand about your disability, the greater chance we have of reducing its impact upon your studies.
If you're still unsure, email the Disability Service team to find out more about what you do and don’t need to disclose to us. Any conversations you have with them remains confidential.
For more information on disclosure, check out Choosing your Path - Disclosure it's a personal decision website.
Charles Sturt University must take into account several pieces of legislation and policy when supporting you. These include: