Regarding curricular adaptation. Spanish legislation has established that "whenever it is necessary and does not affect the basic contents of required knowledge, disabled students may request adaptations of the
pedagogic system and of the evaluation method so as to assure their education”.
Although the administration provides specific grants for the disabled, integration measures of persons with
physical and psychological disabilities as those mentioned above should come from the universities. Thus,
URJC has taken the following actions, in accordance with Spanish legislation and which distinguish our
University from others in the treatment of the disability issue:
a) The urban development of URJC campuses provide access to different facilities (classrooms, laboratories, libraries, graduation halls, assembly rooms, lavatories, transportation facilities, etc.) for disabled persons with physical disabilities.
b) In each academic course, the URJC will provide, within its possibilities, all necessary means so that disabled persons can sit for university entrance exams.
c) The Vice-Rectorate for Students will analyse, in each case, the possible increase of the number of calls, when this is requested by disabled persons who are unable to adapt to the general system of calls, established by the
d) The Vice-Rectorate for Students will analyse, if necessary, the possibility to adapt the pedagogic system and evaluation procedure, bearing in mind that it should not affect the basic content of required knowledge, in order to adapt the curricula to the needs of disabled students.
e) The URJC, through the Vice-Rectorate for Students, will offer the necessary means to facilitate disabled students adequate transmission of knowledge. Likewise, in these cases, a temporary incorporation of specialists will be contemplated to facilitate the integration of disabled students.
f) In order to organize and implement the above mentioned actions, within a programme of attention to disabled
persons, the URJC will receive disabled students at the beginning of each course, in order to become familiar
with their individual and specific needs.