Support our DSA Claim It! campaign

Our DSA Claim It! campaign offers advice and information about eligibility for Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) and other university-led adjustments. 

Why do we need a DSA Claim It campaign?

  • It's estimated that in 2017 nearly half the people eligible for DSA did not make a claim
  • DSA is one of the only Government grants still available to UK higher education students
  • For many, claiming DSA allows them to continue studying rather than having to leave their course

Three easy ways to support our campaign

  1. Help us spread the word #ClaimItDSA - share our campaign message
  2. Share your experience of how DSA has helped you or someone you know
  3. Stay up to date with the latest news from us - sign up for our newsletter    

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Campaign supporters

DSA Claim It! Campaign is supported by:

Disability Rights UK logo National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals logo Access HE


    Help us spread the word #ClaimItDSA

    We know the difference claiming DSA can make to an eligible student struggling with their studies.

    Please spread our message - we want to reach eligible students as well as parents, teachers, education advisers and even employers:

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    Tell us your experience of DSA

    Share your story about how DSA made a difference to your studies and inspire others to check if they're eligible. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.