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Student Wellbeing & Welfare

Disability Support

Keble welcomes students with disabilities and we work closely with them to reduce any barriers during the admissions process and to their full participation in College life.

Any student who is diagnosed with a substantial and long-term physical impairment, a social or communication impairment (such as Autistic Spectrum Condition or Asperger’s Syndrome), a mental health condition, and/or a Specific Learning Difference (such as dyslexia or dyspraxia) may fall within the definition of disability. Even if you don’t consider yourself to be disabled, you are encouraged to tell us if you have any of these conditions so that you can benefit from the support available.

In addition, students who have been referred by a GP for assessment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and/ or Autism Spectrum Condition, and who are on the NHS waiting list for their assessment, may be able to access support before their formal diagnosis.

We work in liaison with the University’s Disability Advisory Service to ensure that the support offered is right for you.

More detailed information about the College’s approach to disability support can be found in Keble’s Guide for Disabled Students (pdf).

Meet the Team

Aimee Rhead

Student Support Officer & Disability Coordinator


Aimee has many years’ experience of supporting students with disabilities at Oxford and beyond. She is responsible for the day-to-day implementation of adjustments and support for students who are registered with the University’s Disability Advisory Service and can advise on all aspects of disability support.


Aimee’s office is Gibbs 2 (below the Warden’s Lodge). Students are welcome to call into her office or to contact Aimee by email or telephone.
01865 272704


Dr Alisdair Rogers

Senior Tutor & Disability Lead


Ali is the College’s Disability Lead. He has as oversight of the College’s academic affairs, including the provision of support to students with disabilities.


You can find information about the accessibility of the College site on the University’s Access Guide webpage.


If you have specific access requirements and you are visiting the College, please contact the Student Support Officer in advance so that we can ensure appropriate arrangements are in place, or ask in the College Lodge for assistance.