Advice We gladly advise and support you in planning and organising your studies. Irrespective of whether you merely require information, would like comprehensive advice or would like to request compensation for disadvantages: it is recommended that you should contact us early on. Unfortunately, many students with disabilities and/or chronic illnesses still have respect for the reactions of the environment. Needless to say, you can contact us in all discretion, free of charge, confidentially and completely free of risk. This is what you may expect from us: advice with regard to all issues relevant to your studies in connection with a disability and/or illness, support in your request for compensation for disadvantages if you are unable to complete coursework or sit examinations in the given format, support for room and aid adaptations, support in the provision of individual services according to requirements (for example mobility on the campus, being escorted in certain situations, emergency numbers, etc.), close cooperation within the University and with extramural contact points. Our services are aimed at: prospective students who seek information in the run-up to their studies at the University of St.Gallen, students of the University of St.Gallen, doctoral students of the University of St.Gallen, any other persons (such as teachers) of the University of St.Gallen who would like to have some support or require information about the issue of studying with disabilities. Dr. Regula Dietsche will be glad to be of assistance with all questions concerning the planning and organisation of studies and the options regarding requests for compensation for disadvantages. You can find the contact data in the context area.