Bond University is committed to providing an accessible environment to support all students and their varying needs.
From our campus facilities through to academic resources, we provide a number of services that focus on creating an inclusive environment where all students have the same opportunity to succeed.
Information on these resources are outlined below.
Read&Write is a Toolbar designed to help you with the process of researching, reading and writing with a wide variety of tools that you can customise. Read&Write is currently available at Bond University on Google Chrome and for PDF and Screenshot assistance. To install, click the below.
Assisted Technology Room (ATR)
The Library’s Assisted Technology Room (ATR) on level 4 of the Main Library is available for bookings by students registered with the Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor. The ATR has a number of features including, a press button door opener and Emergency Assistance call button. For more information on the Library’s disability facilities and services, click the button below.
The Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor
The Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor refers students to the Library to provide assistance and support with resource enquiries. The Library works with students to understand their request and obtain the resource they need in the format they require.
Academic Skills Centre
Academic Skills Centre is here to help you develop your academic skills and reach your potential. We help with areas such as writing clearly and professionally, organising your ideas, studying effectively, referencing, and maths. It’s a free one on one personal service where we work with you to help you with your individual needs.
Limitless Learning is Bond University's tutoring and social connectivity platform which is powered by the Vgyo app.
Simply download the Vygo app on your mobile device or access on any computer to connect with a fellow student and find the support you need.
Bond University is committed to ensuring the campus environment is inclusive to all. The sensory room is a quiet space where students can manage environmental stimuli. This room is available to students upon application to the Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor and meeting established criteria.