The University of Nottingham takes a proactive approach towards developing disability sport and are one of a small number of universities who employ a Disability Sport Officer.
Whether you want to participate for fun, fitness, to achieve your personal best or even to compete in the Paralympic Games, the Disability Sport Officer and rest of the University’s Sport Department will do our best to support you in your ambitions.
We also work closely with the Students’ Union and Student Support Services to deliver an inclusive sporting programme for everyone at the University.
Students who have a disability or long long-term medical condition may be entitled to a 50% reduction in membership fees.
If you have a disability or long long-term medical condition you should contact the Disability Support Team for a referral to the Disability Sport Officer.
Personal assistants and carers of students with a disability will be admitted free to the different sports facilties and swimming pool, but they will need to request a Sports Buddy card from the Disability Sport Officer when accompanying someone who has a disability or mental health condition.
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If you would like to download the Disability Sport Guide, which gives you an overview of what's on offer at the University, you can download a PDF or Word (large text) version below:
Disability Sport Guide (PDF)
Disability Sport Guide (Word)
We have been developing an inclusive sporting programme at the University over the last five years and have created some great opportunities for you to get involved and access sport and physical activity. These opportunities include:
David Ross Sports VillageUniversity of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
telephone: +44 (0)115 74 87000
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