I was nervous at the start as I am a shy person and find it hard to mix with others. But, on day one of my induction, I pretty much spoke to all the students and had a good friendship with most of them throughout.
It was tough to start with as sadly the course was not strictly accessible, but after many meetings and adjustments being made, I was able to take part in pretty much every activity that was offered to us.
When it came to assessments all special measures were put in place such as note-takers, extra time, 1-1 support (not care). My only negative was sometimes a new tutor would forget about my needs, but after discussions that did turn around. The lift broke down a lot, this meant there were some lectures I could not attend as the university were unable to move classrooms.
In my last year I worked remotely from home, I really enjoyed working at my own pace and still had full support from my lectures at university.