The Counseling Center for Students with Disabilities and with Chronic Illnesses offers confidential counseling on all issues related to access without barriers. The Counseling Center supports students in applying for disadvantage compensating regulations for equal participation in courses, exams and practical courses. In addition, the Counseling Center initiates measures for accessibility and inclusion of students with disabilities and chronic illnesses in all areas of the university.
- The Counseling Center will assess your situation and then, if applicable, provide you with a letter of recommendation.
- Please forward this letter as PDF file to your Examination Office. Based on the recommendation letter the Examination Board will then decide according to your situation.
- Compensation is only effective after the Examination Boards has considered your situation and granted compensation. About this, your Examination Office will notify you by e-mail.
- If you have been granted compensation, please ALWAYS contact lecturers at the beginning of each course to inform them and discuss how to proceed. The Office of Academic Affairs is happy to help you contact your lecturers.