SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
The Student Counseling Office provides advice on:
- choice of degree program,
- how to organize your studies,
- compensation for disadvantages in admission procedure, and
- compensation for disadvantages with examinations.
Coordinator for Students with Disabilities or a Chronic Illness
Please contact the coordinator for Students with Disabilities or a Chronic Illness at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences.
Coordinator for the Wiesbaden Campuses
Please contact the Student Counseling Office.
Coordinator for Rüsselsheim Campus
Am Brückweg 26
Office: A301 (behind the kitchenette)
Telephone: +49 160 97740643
E-mail: harald.klausmann(at) hs-rm.de
Information about studying with disabilities or a chronic illness at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences can be found here:
Information about studying with disabilities or a chronic illness at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences (PDF, 430 KB) (in German only)
Informations- und Beratungsstelle Studium und Behinderung (Information and Advisory Point for Studying with Disabilities, IBS)
"Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft der überörtlichen Träger der Sozialhilfe" (Federal Working Group of the Non-Local Sponsors of Social Benefits):
Empfehlungen für die Gewährung von Leistungen der Eingliederungshilfe (Recommendations for granting integration assistance benefits)
Position paper by the German Rectors' Conference (HRK) on studying with a disability/chronic illness:
Eine Hochschule für alle
The program aims to improve the study conditions and career opportunities of women with disabilities by providing individualized guidance from experienced, successful mentors of both genders:
Mentoring Program for Women Students with Disabilities
In the "Lebensweg inklusive" (an inclusive path in life) program, you have the opportunity to define your goals in life in a skills-tandem, (re)discover your personal strengths, reflect on experiences with obstacles and radical changes: Skills tandems for students with and without disabilities.