Do you need extra support?
Sometimes a few tips and an action plan can already help. Together with your student counsellor you can determine what will help you study effectively. Depending on your situation you could make use of extra exam time, flexible deadlines or adjustments to your schedule.
Report to the student counsellor's office as soon as possible, preferably when you start your studies. When you come in early on, the student counsellor and you can find solutions to problems that support your study progress. If you report later, that may no longer be possible.
Official medical declaration
When you first meet your student counsellor, bring your medical declaration with you from your physician or doctor. Your student counsellor uses this document to verify your medical situation.
Are you studies delayed during your first four years of your study? You may be eligible for one extra year of student finance. The student counsellor will find out for you.
Is studying too challenging due to your disability?
Meet with the student counsellor. The student counsellor can help you with the decision to take a break from your study. You can also find out if you are eligible for certain facilities with respect to study finance, such as an extension of your student finance or the absolving of a (part of) your study debt if your disability has made it impossible for you to finish a study programme.