Studies and Disability

A Disability Officer on each campus

On each campus, a disability officer provides a personal and ongoing point of contact for all students with disabilities.

The disability officer coordinates the implementation of resources intended to enhance students’ living and learning conditions throughout their entire course, to help them settle in, offer them support, and facilitate their integration. Special arrangements are possiblefor courses and exams: possibility of extension of time for sitting exams, in several sessions, etc.

Buildings’ accessibility

On Angers Campus

In Angers there is full disabled access. The Lakanal university residence, located within immediate proximity of the institution, has two rooms for people with disabilities.

On Rennes Campus

The oldest original buildings date from the late 19th century. Only some of the buildings are currently accessible to people with reduced mobility.
The ground floor of the Cité 3 student dormitory has a student room accessible to people with motor disabilities.

Medical certificate

Only a medical certificate issued by the doctor at the Service Universitaire de Médecine Préventive et de Promotion de la Santé [University Preventative Medicine and Health Promotion Service] and forwarded to the Course Administration Office at the time of enrolment will give entitlement to these various arrangements.

In Angers

Angers University, University Preventative Medicine and Health Promotion Service
Open Monday to Friday, 8.45 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

In Rennes

Rennes 2 University, Health Service
Open Monday to Friday, 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.