FUSA’s Disability Space in Central Library

Discover the welcoming Disability Space on Level 1 of the Library, designed for students with disabilities to study, relax, and connect in a supportive environment—apply for swipe card access today!

Did you know that there is a dedicated space for students with a disability? Located on Level 1 of the Library, the Disability Space is equipped with resources and amenities to ensure all students can thrive. It’s a welcoming space just near the Noel Stockdale room where you can focus on your studies or simply take a break in a supportive setting.

This space was designed in partnership with Flinders Library and former Disability Officer Anu Francis to provide a safe, inclusive, and accessible environment for students with disabilities. Whether you need a quiet place to study, a comfortable spot to unwind, or a supportive community to connect with, this space is here for you.

For swipe card access to the Disability Space, please fill out this form. Join us in making the most of this wonderful resource, designed with your needs in mind.

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