Reception, advice, support, the « Service Accueil Handicap » is there for you!

The Grenoble university site was a pioneer in taking disability into account in pedagogical and daily life.
  • Information, advice and guidance
  • Assessment of specific needs and adaptation of curricula
  • Human, material and procedural assistance 

Studies and exams adaptation

The "Service Accueil Handicap" manages the disability system for the establishments and the implementation of the studies and exams adaptation.
Exams adaptation
  • Time increase or adaptation of evaluations
  • Assistance of a secretary
  • Adaptation of examination topics
  • Small group tests
  • Use of specific equipment (computer, Braille transcription...)
Studies adaptation
  • Course materials, note-taking assistance, photocopies
  • Support hours
  • Adaptation of schedules

Please note that you must renew your study adaptation request for each academic year.

Study adaptation request form - Available only in French, do not hesitate to ask for help from the iCampus -Welcome Center.

Professional integration

The SAH enables students with disabilities to prepare for their future professional integration. Like all the services of the SAH, the mission of professional integration support can be requested throughout the university curriculum. This service allows students to question the place of their disability in the construction of their professional project.


The person in charge of accessibility advises and accompanies you for the accessibility of the buildings, the location on campus, the layout of the classrooms, the Practical Work and Supervised Works (TP/TD), the devices proposed in the amphitheatres, the accessibility of university restaurants and housing,… The objective is to take into account the student's overall situation to facilitate his or her student life.

Student life

Adapted accommodation

The Crous includes several residences on the university campus and on Grenoble with accessible and adapted rooms and studios. For more information, ask for a CROUS social worker directly at the social service reception desk.

Within Les Taillées residence there is also the Foyer Logement Prélude with 20 adapted accommodations which, thanks to their domotization and the presence of 24-hour human assistance, can accommodate dependent disabled students. You can inquire about the procedure to follow for the allocation of these accommodations with the person in charge of the Foyer, Isabelle Jaboin.


The "Conseil Départemental de l'Isère" funds a grouped adapted transport on campus. This request must be made via the transport request form, which is studied according to each individual situation.

The TAG service also offers transport solutions for people with reduced mobility.


SUAPS offers physical and sporting activities to students with disabilities.

Associations also organize sporting events throughout the year. Visit the SAH website for more information.