Hello, I've been having issues with a private university since last year and I have finally finished my study there. However, the staff continued to discriminate against me because of a disability and refusing to allow me to join in activities provided for graduates, saying that I required "unreasonable support" because of the disability. They refused to respond to my enquiry on what support they are referring to and I have not made requests for any support at all. They also removed me from the mailing list for activities at the university. There were issues before, not saying I have no responsibility but I truly believe that these are caused by the inappropriate actions of the staff and counsellors towards me (including false accusations, banning me from places, staff and classes, breach of privacy, etc). The manager of the campus hates me personally, likely because of the disability. Because of their treatment, I was depressed and anxious, lost so many friends and was not able to form a normal relationship with anyone at the uni. I really want to take some action on this irresponsible college and was wondering if they are allowed to exclude me from graduate activities? They have given me these reasons: 1. They are owned by a private company 2. I require unreasonable support 3. The activities are free Do they count as a goods and services provider in this case since I am not doing a course right now? Or would the law cover graduates as well? Any help would be much appreciated!