Campaign and Advocacy Officer


College Reps Officer

Communications Officer

Disability & BAME Rep

Disability & LGBTQ+ Rep

Disability & Womens Rep

Events Officer

Mental Health Officer


Social Officer



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Oxford From the Inside - Disability at Oxford

Chair of DisCam Tiri Hughes talks about all things Disability at Oxford, as a guest on Oxford From The Inside.

Fri 28 Aug 2020
A green graphic with text reading: 'Disabilities Campaign Oxford SU - DisCam's Guide to Freshers' Fa

Making Stalls Accessible - Freshers' Fair

Wed 25 Sep 2019
Grace, Beth, Ebie, Claire, and Holly from DisCam stand in front of the Clarendon Building. They are

#DearViceChancellor - Update

Fri 14 Jun 2019

NUS Disabled Students' Conference 2019

Cramming what could easily have been a week’s worth of speeches, panels, policy debates, reports and elections into a two-day conference definitely had the potential to turn into chaos, but the 2019 NUS Disabled Students’ Conference was anything but.

Fri 17 May 2019

Oxford SU Disabilities Campaign believes the future is equal, inclusive and accessible. 

As a campaign, our core aims are: 

  1. Campaigning for better understanding and treatment of disabilities.
  2. Supporting and advocating for disabled students at Oxford.
  3. Bringing together disabled students for social events and solidarity.

By 'disabled students', we mean anyone who identifies as having a disability, whether this is officially recognised or not. This includes physical, sensory, cognitive, mental and developmental disabilities. This also encompasses those with chronic illnesses, learning difficulties, and mental health conditions.

The Disabilities Campaign is a place for support and everyone will be welcomed. If you are having any difficulties, please get in touch. Our committee consists of friendly individuals and we been through our fair share of issues with the Oxford system - we’ll do our best to help point you in the right direction.

To do our Disability 101 training, visit (you'll need to login).

Connect: For up to date information on the campaign please join our mailing list and follow us on Facebook.

Students with disabilities are invited to join our community Facebook group where we advise and support one another and discuss disability-related topics in a welcoming and confidential space. The group can be found here: For information on online support groups for specific conditions (such as anxiety and depression, Autism, ADHD, eating disorders, specific sensory impairments etc.) please check out the 'groups' section of our Facebook Page.