Campus Disability Support Services

Asian Institute of Technology is committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible learning environment for all students, including those with disabilities. We recognize the importance of providing equal opportunities and support to ensure that all students have the ability to participate fully in the university experience.

  1. Accessibility:  We strive to remove physical, technological, and attitudinal barriers that may hinder the participation of students with disabilities.

  2. Accommodations: We provide reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities to ensure that they have equal access to educational opportunities. 

  3. Support Services: Our university offers a range of support services tailored to the needs of students with disabilities. This includes access to disability support advisors, counseling services, and academic support programs to help students achieve their academic goals and thrive in their university experience.

  4. Inclusive Learning: We promote an inclusive learning environment that values diversity and encourages collaboration among all students. 

  5. Awareness and Training: We are committed to raising awareness and providing training to faculty, staff, and students on disability-related issues and the importance of fostering an inclusive campus culture. 

  6. Compliance: We adhere to all relevant local and national laws and regulations concerning accessibility and disability rights, as per Thai Law. 

  7. Feedback Mechanism: We value the input of our students with disabilities and encourage them to provide feedback on their experiences and suggestions for improvement.

Asian Institute of Technology remains dedicated to creating a supportive and inclusive environment that empowers all students to succeed academically and personally. We encourage a culture of respect, understanding, and equal opportunity for all members of our university community.

Any student may wish to seek advice or
Any student who needs personal counseling may request an appointment by:
Email to: /
Call to: 02-524-6744

Personal visit: Stop by to schedule an appointment with the Student Welfare Officer.

1. Accessibility for the disabled

The below map shows the buildings that have special access provided for the disabled for self-reliant movement and accessibility. We continuously strive to improve buildings and facilities to remove physical, technological, and attitudinal barriers that may hinder the participation of students with disabilities.

Pulp and Paper 1
Out reach building 1
AIT Extension
AIT Extension 2
House 13(6)
CSIM (1)
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2. Accommodation for Disabled

AIT campus has accommodation facilities for both students and employees. There are 1406 student dorm units and 373 employee units.

An appropriate housing facility for all types of students & staff who are single or married, with cooking and no cooking facility, air-conditioned or non-air conditioned. The facility also includes few disabled accommodation units to cater special needs. Dormitories are equipped with furniture, Internet facility and required maintenance services.

A student registered to doctoral, master’s, diploma, certificate or special programs and AIT faculty/staff are eligible for accommodation on campus.

Special accommodation facility for disabled

  • Accommodation suitable for disabled, wheelchair users and those needing extra space for special equipment are available (4 non-air-conditioned in Dorm C and 4 air-conditioned in Dorm X and Y)
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3. Awareness Activities

Students gather to explore solutions to address issues of the elderly and people with disabilities 

Students from various universities, including AIT, shared their innovations to provide solutions to the problems faced by the elders and people with disabilities in a ‘digitalized time’ at the SDG Open Hack Bangkok 2022, organized from July 1-3, 2022 at the AIT Entrepreneurship Center. 

Aiming to address the aging society’s needs and improve the lives of people with limitations, the event’s theme was “Digital Solutions for the Wellness of Elders and People with Disabilities.” Jointly organized by the Department of Development and Sustainability, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), and the University of Geneva in a Hybrid Mode (online and onsite at AIT Entrepreneurship Center), the event saw the participation of 14 teams from different universities around the world. For more details refer to