What does SEN mean?
SEN stands for Special Educational Needs. It refers to individual student’s learning needs while facing academic challenges and difficulty in adjustment to learning environment due to a disability or an impairment, that can be a temporary or permanent condition including:
- Attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Hearing impairment
- Intellectual disability
- Mental health
- Physical disability
- Special learning difficulties/dyslexia
- Speech and language impairment
- Visceral disability/chronic health
- Visual impairment
Declared SEN students whose needs are verified work with the SEN & Diversability Team on eligible support services on campus.