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Procedure for Requesting Subject Specific Support - Student Details

This webpage is part of the appendices for 'Inclusive Learning and the Provision of Reasonable Accommodations to Students with Disabilities in Higher Education  in Ireland'. 

Procedure for Requesting Subject Specific Support - Student Details

Subject Specific Support Request Form - Screen ShotThe purpose of this appendix is to provide an example of a Subject Specific Tuition Request Form. This sample is provided by Trinity College Dublin. This form is used when a student wishes to gain access to subject specific tuition via the Disability/Access Office and should be completed in tandem by both the student and their tutor/course coordinator. 

Please note that if using this as a template for your own institution, you should reference 'Inclusive Learning and the Provision of Reasonable Accommodations to Students with Disabilities in Higher Education in Ireland' as the source:

AHEAD & DAWN (2018), Inclusive Learning and the Provision of Reasonable Accommodations to Students with Disabilities in Higher Education in Ireland. Dublin: AHEAD Educational Press.

Download the Template Subject Specific Tuition Request Form >>Back to Inclusive Learning and the Provision of Reasonable Accommodations >>

About the Road Map for Inclusion

'Inclusive Learning and the Provision of Reasonable Accommodations to Students with Disabilities in Higher Education in Ireland' is part of a series of outputs produced by the Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD), in collaboration with the Disability Advisers Working Network (DAWN). It brings together two years of research on the inclusion of students with disabilities in higher education and concludes that an inclusive approach based on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles would provide an effective framework to include and improve the retention of, not only students with disabilities, but a diverse range of students including migrants, mature students, international students, and students from different socio-economic backgrounds.

The values underpinning the Road Map series are explained in the following video:

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