Plenipotentiary of the Disabled

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Tasks of the Plenipotentiary of the Disabled are:

1. Representing the interests of the disabled students and doctoral students in the University’s community, authorities of the University and outside entities

2. Determining the needs for studying of the disabled:
a) disposing of barriers that do not allow the students to participate in the university’s community, artchitectural, transportation and IT access barriers included,
b) facilitating the acces to assistance or services for the students to be independent;
c) granting acces to didactic activities of students and doctoral students with disabilities or chronicaly ill;
d) granting the asstistance during everyday issues of the disabled students and doctoral students;

3. Actively enhancing the disabled students and doctoral students attitude toward and equal treatment;

4. Facilitating problem solving to all units on working with disabled students and doctorals students, informing about facilitating programmes, cultural events, research events, parties and meetings of disabled students;

5. The Plenipotentiary can also undertake actions in the scope of assistance or active participation in the students actions in plans during studies.

Who may benefit from the Plenipotentiary of the Disabled:

  1. Candidates and students/doctoral students who are disabled pursuant to the act of law concerning the vocational and social rehabilitation of the disabled and their employment dated 27th August 1997 (Journal of Laws 1997, it. 776 as amended)

  2. Students/doctoral students who are chronically ill or unable to fully participate in standard classes but do not possess the certificate of disability or their inability to participate in classes is caused by a sudden diseases or trauma but the character of this inability is periodical