Accessibility and inclusion
Accessibility & Inclusion provides students with support to ensure an accessible and inclusive campus for all. Students who require additional support due to a medical condition or disability may be eligible for support.
Through the BondAbility platform, the Accessibility & Inclusion Advisor will ensure that Bond University students who require and qualify for reasonable adjustments are afforded the same opportunities as their peers in all areas of campus life.
Applications for Learning Access Plans (LAP) should be submitted before the semester commences and no later than Friday of week 4. The University may consider requests for reasonable adjustments which are received after the cut-off date for finalisation of a LAP relating to the semester in question. Adjustments will be implemented if possible, but cannot be guaranteed if sufficient notice is not provided to make arrangements for the adjustment(s).
Make an application via BondAbility.
Additional information and resources
The University will endeavour to make its facilities accessible to all students. All buildings are designed and constructed in accordance with the appropriate Australian standards.
In addition, all major renovations are checked for accessibility and there is an ongoing exercise to make all established buildings accessible for students with a disability.
Student Information Pack
This student information pack contains key information, resources and forms to guide you through the process of seeking additional support.
Legislation, principles and policies
To review information on the Australian Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA), Australian Human Rights Commission and the Disability Standards for Education 2005 please click here. This page also contains the Bond University Disability Policy.
Rights & responsibilities
Both students and Bond University have rights and responsibilities which require adherence. To view these rights and responsibilities, please click the button below:
Bond University has plans and processes in place to ensure the safe evacuation of all staff, students and visitors to the campus.
Students with a disability or temporary medical condition can apply for a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP). A PEEP will ensure students are prepared to self-evacuate or reach safety in the event of an emergency.
For more information please contact the Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor.
Students wishing to apply or renew or alter a learning access plan can do so through BondAbility.
To make an appointment with the Accessibility & Inclusion Advisor please do so through BondAbility or directly with the Accessibility and Inclusion office.
Phone:+61 7 5595 4002
Email: [email protected]
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5pm
Feedback and questions
Feedback submissions provide Bond University with insight into student experiences and contributes to a culture of continuous improvement. We are committed to making your experiences at Bond University better.
Feedback can be:
- compliments: someone go above and beyond?
- complaints: did a service not meet your expectations?
- new ideas or suggestions: have an idea on how to make things better?
Submitting feedback and questions
To submit feedback or if you have any questions, please contact Accessibility and Inclusion.