Disability Services offers a welcome and support system for students with disabilities, enabling them to continue their studies in the best possible conditions.
To welcome and advise you on your studies and professional insertion
To provide individualized answers in accordance to your specific needs and in keeping with the law of February 11, 2015, and the university disability charter of 2007 and 2012
To propose adjustments to study programs
To advocate for different human and technical aids
To coordinate the implementation of accommodations for testing
To stimulate actions around the issue of disability at the University (communication, partnerships, events, working groups, etc.)
To work in networks (registrar’s offices, faculty, associations, institutional partners, companies, etc.)
To be part of the University Foundation's projects
Process for Requesting Accommodations for Studies/Examinations
Requests for study/exam accommodations must be made no later than
- November 29, 2019, for the first semester,
- March 20, 2020, for the second semester.
Requests for accommodations must be renewed each year; however, some requests may be validated for a full degree cycle.
Steps to Follow
- Step one: Contact EM Strasbourg’s Disability Advisor.
- Step two: Make an appointment with the University’s Disability Services (Service de la vie universitaire - Mission handicap) where they will examine your request, evaluate your needs, in collaboration with the disability advisors and the heads of degree, and set up a support plan (PAEH).
If you have benefited from accommodations in your previous studies, such as a PEP (Personalized Education Project) or PSP (Personalized Support Plan), please bring the documents specifying the measures established.
- Step three: Make an appointment with the SSU (University Health Center) or the CAMUS (the University of Strasbourg’s Medical and Psychological Consultation Center) for a visit with a licensed physician.
Please bring the medical documents regarding your situation. For students with a dys-type disability, a speech and language assessment dating from less than a year ago, at the time of entering the University, must be brought along. The University’s Disability Services has a list of professionals and a recommendation sheet regarding assessment criteria that can be sent to you.
A Team That Can Support You and Answer Your Questions
EM Strasbourg’s disability advisor, Sarah Richard, is at your disposal and will redirect you to the University’s Disability Services. You must contact her before continuing steps with the University.
Ms. Sarah Richard
Disability advisor at EM Strasbourg:
- tel.: +33 (0)6 31 67 88 17
Where Can I Find the University’s Disability Services?
Service de la vie universitaire - Mission handicap
Esplanade Campus - Le Platane building - ground floor
2 allée René Capitant
F - 67000 STRASBOURG
Disability advisors at the University of Strasbourg:
- Ms. Fabienne Rakitic, email@example.com, tel.: +33 (0)3 68 85 63 69
- Ms. Jackie Didierjean, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel.: +33 (0)3 68 85 65 47
- Ms. Nadia Choukri, email@example.com, tel.: +33 (0)3 68 85 60 35
To find out more about the University of Strasbourg’s Disability Services: