When the student completes his university inscription, he must contact the Social Support Office to arrange a personal meeting to receive information and fill in the relevant forms (consent form, personal details, facilitations request).

During the teaching period, the student must arrive at the lecture hall earlier, to secure a better spot if that is necessary.

A student requiring a chaperon or a person to assist with note-taking must secure a seating spot for both during the lecture.

If a student needs special equipment, he must arrive at the lecture hall earlier for the required setup to be completed before the lecture begins.

The student is required to introduce himself to his professor and the faculty in charge of student support of his department, at the beginning of each semester, bringing with him the confidential memo provided by the Social Support Office (which the professors also receive).

It is important for the student to inform his professors about the approved facilitations he will be needing for each specific course.

In no case, is the student allowed to wait until the exams period, to inform his professors about the facilitations he needs. The professors should be informed ahead of time, to allow for time to arrange for the facilitations.

Any problems that arise regarding access to the approved support must be reported to the Social Support Office and the faculty member in charge of student support, as soon as possible.

The student must promptly inform the Social Support Office for any tutoring or other support he requires, so that this can be arranged. The Social Support Office and the faculty member in charge of student support will recruit students or alumni that can provide tutoring support. The student is also allowed to recommend a student or alumni he wishes to receive support from.