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Barrier-Free Education

Starting from the awareness that the right to education is one of the most important Constitutional rights for all individuals constituting the society; It is one of our main priorities to determine the academic, administrative, physical, psychological, housing and social needs of special students and to take the necessary measures to facilitate their education and training lives in this direction, to make arrangements in this direction and to evaluate the results of the studies carried out.

As University of City Island, with all our units; Aware of the diversity and diversity of our students, aware of the importance of creating a culturally sensitive and accessible ecosystem, we act with the mission of providing a supportive and well-resourced environment for students with disabilities, removing restrictions on their academic success and education and helping them develop their self-awareness and independence as individuals.

To support all disabled students studying at University of City Island in the educational, social and cultural fields and to contribute to the creation of a pioneering university where all obstacles are overcome, to carry out publication activities for students and lecturers at higher education level, to prepare documents that inform lecturers about the limitations of disabled or disabled students and the arrangements that need to be made, to increase the level of awareness and to provide consultancy to those concerned Our main goals are to provide services, to provide in-service training when necessary and to develop programs and projects on these issues.

It is our priority to create equal opportunities for students with special needs in all areas by carrying out the necessary studies in order to benefit equally from all the academic, physical infrastructure and social facilities of the university. Based on the priority participation of students with disabilities, we carry out joint studies with other relevant units of the university in all activities and ensure that arrangements are made to ensure the accessibility of all facilities. In addition, we support our students with a sense of responsibility to ensure their full participation in university life and to serve to increase their academic success.

In addition, the student who applies to the unit has individual responsibility for the operation of these processes. No information about students is shared with any person or institution.

With the awareness that it is a modern obligation to enable disabled people to participate effectively and responsibly in society, our University includes activities based on the principle of equal opportunity in education with “Disabled Student Support”. In this direction, the activities we offer to our disabled students are;

— Ease of access within the campus building
— Ramp and elevator
— Disabled toilets
— Disabled parking