Art. 23 - STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

 

1.    Exemption for students with disabilities. Candidates who are enrolled in the first year or in years subsequent to the first year, with a recognised disability pursuant to Article 3, paragraphs 1 and 3 of Law no. 104 of February 5, 1992, or with a recognised disability are only required to pay the stamp duty of €16 and are exempt from paying enrolment fees pursuant to the resolution of the Board of Governors of July 23, 2019. Exemption is also provided for enrolment in single courses pursuant to Article 41 of these Rules and Regulations (Board resolution of October 28, 2021).

2.    Regional fee exemption. Students with a disability recognised in accordance with Article 3, paragraphs 1 and 3 of Law no. 104 of February 5, 1992, or with a disability equal to or greater than 66% are exempt from paying the regional tax (Legislative Decree no. 68 of March 29, 2012, Article 9, paragraph 2).

3.    How to generate the subsidised contribution. In order to generate the payment of €16 (stamp duty), it is necessary to select on Infostud the exemption "Disabled student" in self-certification, also indicating the type of disability or impairment.

4.    Documentation required to confirm the relief. Students with disabilities, referred to in subsection 1 of this article, must send by email to the Help Desk for Students with Disabilities and DSA a copy of the disability certificate - indicating the percentage of disability, or for cases provided for by law, just the type of disability - or the disability certificate pursuant to art. 3, subsections 1 and 3 of Law no. 104 of February 5, 1992. Filing the full disability certificate is compulsory if you want to benefit from tuition fee relief. The certificate may be replaced by judicial orders that have become enforceable (see Inps communication no. 13007 of May 11, 2011).

5.    Non-retroactivity of the benefit. For those who are enrolled in years subsequent to the first year, the financial aid referred to in this article is effective from the moment the application is submitted and cannot be retroactive except for the current academic year, taking into account the date of submission of the application for recognition of disability.

6.    Entrance test exemption. Students with disabilities who wish to enrol in a degree programme in which an admission test is required may be exempted from the entrance test. The Help Desk for Students with Disabilities and DSA is available to provide information on the procedure to be followed for enrolment.

7.    Transmission of data to INPS. Pursuant to Article 38 of Law Decree No. 78 of May 31, 2010, the data of students who have benefited from the subsidised benefits referred to in this Article will be transmitted to INPS.

8.    Fines. The students referred to in paragraph 1 are liable to pay fines (at the standard rate) for late payments or for lacking payments.

9. Isee 2023. Students referred to in paragraph 1 of this article are not required to enter their Isee 2023 value for the right to academic education on Infostud.

10.   Information and contacts. The Help Desk for students with disabilities and DSA is available to provide information on the procedure to follow for enrolment: contact details can be found on the university website on the dedicated page.

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