FURG undertakes institutional programs for the development of several actions to guarantee that the students experience a supportive university life.
Student Pedagogical and Monitoring Support Program
The Program fosters pedagogical, interactive and affirmative actions aimed at the improvement of academic education with equity and social justice in three major fronts:
It fosters material equity and undermining the effects of any kind of discrimination, even those of cultural and structural issues settled in society. These actions aim to promote the equality of opportunities for everyone who gets into the University.
it fosters and articulates with the academic units a set of actions intended for students to review the basic contents of Elementary School (biology, chemistry, physics, Portuguese and mathematics), based on understanding this knowledge as basic and initial assumptions to build and/or produce new knowledge at the higher education level.
Extended Training Line
It articulates proposals to give the students opportunities to complement the university and professional training by developing actions such as digital inclusion, learning foreign languages, among others.
Moreover, the Student Pedagogical and Monitoring Support Program has a multi-professional team, including pedagogues, sign language interpreters, social assistants, educational affairs staff, and a psychologist available to students.
The participation in the activities of the Program is ruled by Public Notices and Calls which are published in the beginning of every semester.
Special Needs Students Support Program
The Program was created in 2009 to guarantee the access and develop suitable conditions for the students with special needs to stay in the University.
The Program works mainly in the support and pedagogical monitoring by having scholarship holders available to develop classroom permanence activities and/or helping the special needs students to get integrated in the university setting.
The Program is coordinated by a multi-professional team, formed by pedagogues, sign language interpreters, social assistants, educational affairs staff, and a psychologist.
Get to know more about the programs in the Coordination of Student Pedagogical and Monitoring (CAAPE) by the telephones (53) 3293-5088 and (53) 3237-3030.