Accessibility

We’ve tried to make our website as easy to read and use for as many people as possible.

Documents
Most of the documents on this site are pdfs. You will need to have Adobe Reader installed on your device to read them. If you don’t have this software, you can download it for free from the link to the Adobe website below.

Download Adobe Reader

For Chrome users

By default, Chrome uses a built-in PDF viewer to open PDFs. If you've disabled the built-in PDF viewer, Chrome will use Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader to display PDFs. You can also choose to make Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader your default PDF viewer in Chrome. Here’s how:
1.Enter chrome://plugins into your address bar.
2.Scroll down to either Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader. (You'll only see them if you have them installed.)
3.Click the Enable link.

If you need a document download in a different language or on CD, please contact your housing office. We can also arrange for an interpreter so that you can speak to us in your own language.

Images
All of the non-text content on our website, such as images and videos have alternative text to provide a description of them for visitors using screen readers.

Browsealoud
Our website is Browesaloud enabled. This means you can listen to the contents being read aloud to you. You don’t have to download any software to use this. Just click the Browsealoud button on any page to have it read aloud to you.

Other languages
To view this website in another language choose the Select Language option at the top of the page and then choose your preferred language.

This service is provided by Google Translate, which we do not have any control over. Please note it may not be possible to translate all the content on our website.