Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about:
… our Cumpus
… in general
… accomodations and services
“It’s not our disability, it’s our ability that count.”– Chris Burke
We support our students with disabilities to have equal access to our courses and to participate in them independently. We do our best to adjust our services as well as individual approach to people with various types of disabilities.
Student Support Services (SSS) is a group of Corvinus University located in E. Building. Disability Support Services Coordinator (DSSC) works with students with impairments of:
An accommodation is a change that is made so that a person with a disability is able to fully participate. It provides equity opportunity to the students with disabilities by changing a practice or the way things are routinely done. These accommodations are wide ranging and could be:
Contact Disability Support Services Coordinator (DSSC) of Student Support Services (SSS) at firstname.lastname@example.org and proceed with the following registration process:
Student Support Services (SSS) is not a participant in the admission process. All applicants must be “otherwise qualified” to attend Corvinus and must meet the same admissions standards, regardless of disability.
If you thing may have a disability should contact our Disability Support Services Coordinator email@example.com to discuss the situation. Our Coordinator could provide information and referrals to help you.
If you need temporary assistance you should contact our Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss what accomodation may be available.
Digital accessibility is the practice of making digital documents, web and mobile apps accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. This might include features such as videos captioning, images that include “alt text” , keyboard’s navigable websites, screen readers, etc.
The Moodle system is authenticating with your CUSMAN id and password (which is not the same as your Neptun password).Is your CUSMAN user activated?