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Make Your Graduation an Accessible Day to Remember
A guide for students and universities
Let’s celebrate! Your graduation is the perfect time to recognise your hard work and successes at university. As a blind or partially sighted student, you may have concerns about how accessible your graduation day will be. But don’t worry, this guide will walk you through the steps you and your university can take to ensure your graduation is a day to remember for the right reasons!
This guide has been inspired and developed from the input of blind and partially sighted students and we would love to hear any of your graduation stories. Get in touch with us by visiting our Student Support Service homepage or email: StudentSupport@pocklington.org.uk!
If you are BEGINNING to think about your graduation day, it is vital for you and your university to start asking, as soon as possible, “How can we make our graduation accessible?”
Check out the pages of this guide to find out how…
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