The Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Campaign supports students who self-define within that group. This includes physical disabilities, invisible disabilities, and mental health. Your Officer, Aneta Postek, is your first port of call to make suggestions, raise queries or ask questions about the work that the Officer is doing

In the past, the Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Campaign have worked to address accessibility issues at BU, run events for Disabilities History Month and run a campaign addressing invisible illnesses titled ‘Not All Disabilities Are Visible’

If you have any suggestions or motions you would like to put forward to improve the student journey for students with Disabilities, please complete the form below

If you haven’t self-defined yet to keep up to date with events, meetings, and the work that the campaign is doing, please do so at the bottom of the page.


Your Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Officer 2022/23 - Aneta Postek

What do you want from your campaign officer?

  • Bring like-minded people together?
  • Advocate for your cause?
  • Enact change within the student community?

Self Definition

This section is designed for any student to self-define through the selection below. By self-defining you get automatic access to the associated Liberation Campaign.

Please log in to change your memberships.

Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Campaign Ideas

This survey is designed to take your ideas for campaigns, events and improvements for the Disabilities, Accessibility and Neuro-Diverse Campaign. 

This survey is completelty anonymous - all submissions will record your response only!

Want to be an ally to the Disabled community and learn more about how you can support them? Head to their section on the Allyship Hub to find out what to watch, read and listen to make yourself a better ally.

Disability Allyship Hub

Additional Learning Support

BU's ALS team are here to support students who have sensory/physical disabilities, Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs), medical conditions, mental health difficulties and/or temporary injuries. They can help with arranging screenings and assessments, assist you with Disabled Students' Allowance applications and provide support to enable you to learn indepentdently through their workshops just to name a few.