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You can find our office in the section of the canteen building reserved for use by the student committee (AStA wing), second corridor to the right, second door on the left side (Room M-1-154).

Of course you can also reach us by mail and by phone:

  • E-Mail: behindertenreferat(at)uni-oldenburg.de
  • Phone: (0441) 798 - 3100
  • Fax: (0441) 798 – 3164

If you are sending us a letter, please address it to:

Autonomes Referat für behinderte und chronisch kranke Studierende im AStA der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg,

Uhlhornsweg 49 - 55,

26111 Oldenburg

Autonomous Office for Students with a Disability or Chronic Illness

Welcome to the Autonomous Office for Students with a Disability or Chronic Illness (BeRef) at the University of Oldenburg!

The Autonomous Office for Students with a Disability or Chronic Illness represents the interests of all students who are placed at a disadvantage in their studies because of their condition. We fight for a university that is accessible for people with disabilities and for the equal treatment of disabled and chronically ill students. During our office hours, we offer help with problems in day-to-day university life. You are also welcome to join is in our SEG* meetings.

We will inform you of the dates for plenary meetings of all disabled and chronically ill students on our homepage. Here, you will also find recent information about our work, for example the dates of planned sign language courses, first-aid courses, etc.

*Selbsterfahrungsgruppe: an encounter group for students with a disability or chronic illness

Who are we here for?

We act as the first point of contact for students and prospective students with:

  • a disability (a certificate attesting to a disability is not necessary)
  • a chronic illness (e.g. diabetes, multiple sclerosis, Chron’s disease, epilepsy, hypothyroidism)
  • a mental illness (e.g. depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, ADHD)
  • an acute illness or disability (e.g. following an accident)

A medical certificate or report is not required to call on our services.

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