At Yale-NUS, we are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment for all students. The goal of learning accommodations is to give students with physical, cognitive, and psychological conditions the best possible chance at academic excellence. And because everyone’s condition colours their learning academic experience differently, learning accommodations can vary. The Centre for Teaching & Learning (CTL) is here to helps students and faculty implement the learning accommodations recommended by the National University of Singapore (NUS) University Health Centre (UHC). From changes to the physical learning environment to the way you take assessments, the UHC doctors will recommend learning accommodation specific to the type and degree of your condition.
Useful Resources to Check out
- The Learning Accommodation FAQs provide more information on the assessment process, the type of accommodation available, etc.
- The CTL Learning Accommodation Checklist is a step by step guide with a list of useful information to help you navigate the learning accommodation process.
If you believe you may be eligible for or are just interested to learn more about learning accommodations, schedule an appointment with the CTL staff or learning accommodations student associate (current Yale-NUS student). We will navigate you through every step of the learning accommodations process, as well as refer you to other support systems should you need them.
Schedule an Appointment
For question about learning accommodation or to schedule an appointment with CTL Staff, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To schedule an appointment with our learning accommodation student associate, please use this Calendly link.
A note on confidentiality: All administrative parties involved are expected to uphold confidentiality. However, the nature of the certification process means that several people within Registry and CTL, as well as your faculty, will be aware of the accommodations being provided. All notified parties will be expected to uphold confidentiality, and are not to disclose any identifying information about the student who requires accommodations.