#UniAdviceWeek: student with cerebral palsy takes over our Twitter account

Going to university with a disability poses challenges and, in a THE Student Twitter takeover, Chloe Tear shares how she fared

July 9 2018
Student with a disability


On the Times Higher Education Student Twitter feed (@THEUniAdvice, if you aren’t already a follower), we have spells where we ask students to look after the account for a week to share their university experiences. 

Recently, Chloe Tear, a second-year student at Leeds Trinity University, shared her experiences of going to university with cerebral palsy. She tweeted about coping with pain, using tools to make studying easier, and her role as the university’s disability officer. You can read some of her tweets below.

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To catch up on more of Chloe’s tweets, head to @THEUniAdvice and search for #uniadviceweek. If you are interested in taking over our Twitter account for a week, then tweet us and we will get back to you.

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