Support services for students, aimed at coping with
critical situations and developing of skills to tackle, successfully, the challenges, the obstacles and the
difficulties of the university life
To all university students who encounter difficulties of various kinds, during the academic process, such as slowing down or blocking in
studies, personal problems, doubts about university choice, problems of social exclusion, difficulties in managing Strong emotions and to recognize and enhance their resources
To the degree courses that-at the initiative of the CDs coordinators, the department directors or the representatives of the Department for inclusion-require a targeted consultancy aimed at promoting the inclusion and active participation of the students of their CDs
The services are delivered and programmed permanently
and/or with a cyclic periodicity. Students can apply for them at any time of
the academic year.
The consultancy for the individual courses can be activated, at the request of the coordinators of the CDS, the directors of department or the representatives of Department for the inclusion. We suggest not to have consultancy with other services while collaborating with services academic success formative
It consists of a cycle of four interviews with a clinical psychologist with the possibility of a follow up at a distance of time; It has the main purpose to support the student in the emotional difficulties that he/she lives about personal life or the path of studies to better deal, with moments of crisis related to different evolutionary tasks.
It is a course of nine meetings on a weekly basis and provides a follow-up at a distance of about one year; It is addressed to all students who have accumulated delay in the exams and who, despite having the necessary skills to successfully deal with the university course, fail to get good results because of factors of emotional or relational nature. Counselling promotes reflections on the specific difficulties encountered and on the most suitable strategies for improving performance.
It takes place through Community Learning meetings that consist of thematic workshops aimed at reflecting on key issues, such as the management of strong emotions, strategies and skills to study at the university, the choice and motivation to university study. The group confrontation acts as a catalyst for emotions and thoughts about the selected topic, and promotes the possibility of considering new perspectives, helping students to feel more understood and to settle themselves in the comparison with colleagues.
It is a service aimed to analyse the inclusion and active participation processes for specific departments and/or CdS. The CdS Consultancy service allows you to plan and implement support interventions aimed to the needs of different CdS, also because of the continuous monitoring and improvement processes required by the AVA directives. The Service can be activated by request of the co-ordinators of the CdS, Directors of the department or the representatives of the Department for Inclusion, and it is carried out through a participated intervention process.