Disability should not disadvantage you from achieving your goals in education and beyond.

The cost of accessibility arrangements can make life as a Disabled Student more expensive. If you have a disability-related study cost which is not fully covered by statutory funding, we can help.


We have received an unprecedented demand for our financial awards, and have received more applications than we have funding for.

Unfortunately, this means we have now allocated all of our funds for the 2023/24 academic year, and are unable to hold a further grant panel as initially planned.

We understand this news is disappointing and are doing as much as we can to raise more funds for future grant rounds.

Our next grant Selection Panel meeting for the 2024/25 academic year is likely to take place in July 2024, and the deadline for this grant round will be the end of May 2024. Please check back for updated guidance in early 2024.

Grants of up to £5,000 are available to pay for disability-related study costs and are paid directly to your supplier on receipt of invoices for your equipment or other support.

Click on the links below for eligibility information, what you can apply for, how to apply and frequently asked questions.

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The support from Snowdon Trust has changed my life, boosted my confidence, and raised my expectations about my abilities.


Snowdon Trust Grant recipient