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Helping students achieve their academic and personal goals

Student Wellbeing maintains a list of freelance self-employed support providers to deliver non-medical support to students with disabilities while studying at Ulster University. The Register of Support Providers is part of the AccessAbility Service and works to meet the needs of students, while supporting and providing guidance to those who deliver support.

Click through the links below for guidance from the Register of Support Providers on:

  • How students are matched with support providers
  • Student responsibilities
  • Support provider responsibilities
  • How support is delivered, approved and paid

Contact the Support Register

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Support providers

Guidance for support providers at Ulster University.

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Important information for students who have a support provider.

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Support provider roles

Descriptions of the support provider roles delivered at Ulster University.

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How to become a support provider

Guidance on joining the Register of Support Providers.

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Guidance for Support Providers

Useful information for support providers.