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Accessibility and Disability Resource Centre


There are a number of student led social groups for disabled students within the University. Students are welcome to join these groups at any time and these can be good opportunities to meet other students at Cambridge, discuss certain topics, share experiences and sometimes go out together too. Social groups include:

  • ASC peer meet-up group: meets every Thursday during term time, 1-2pm. The group is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students with autism (diagnosed or undiagnosed). New members are welcome to join at any time and come along whenever they can. The meetings are held online via MS Teams and if you’d like to join please contact us to let us know, and we will send you a MS Teams link.
  • Social Group for students with a visual impairment: look out for emails circulated by the ADRC on behalf of group leader and see when and where the group are next meeting. They may be visiting somewhere or meeting for a drink. You are very welcome to go along.  If you have any queries about this group please contact us.

  • ADHD Facebook social group: There is a Cambridge University student Facebook ADHD social group for students who identify with ADHD and wish to link up with other students at the University who also identify with AD(H)D.  This is open to both undergraduate and postgraduate students and you can join the Facebook group without the identities of group members being compromised. To do this, you should add this profile (called Joyn CU Grouppe) which members of the group will check regularly, and which will allow them to add you into the group. The full link for it is 

  • More information about other events can be found on the Disabled Students Campaign website and Neurodivergent Socialities Discussion Group ( 

If you know of any other social groups for disabled students please let us know and we add this to this page.