Q. I have a Reasonable Adjustments Plan – can I submit a PMC (Personal Mitigating Circumstances) form?

I have a Reasonable Adjustments Plan – can I submit a PMC (Personal Mitigating Circumstances) form?


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You cannot PMC for circumstances that are covered by your RAP (reasonable adjustments plan) or SSP (student support plan), unless there has been a serious exacerbation of disability, such as an unexpected hospital admission.  For circumstances other than your disability, the usual PMC (personal mitigating circumstances) eligibility applies.

 

If you have gone over your coursework deadline (including an extension from Disability & Learner Support if you have one: see 1 above) you will need to a submit Personal Mitigating Circumstances (PMC) form. There is further information on the Salford website: http://policies.salford.ac.uk/display.php?id=305. The Students’ Union is also able to provide further support. You can contact the Students’ Union to arrange an appointment with one of their advisers (SU telephone number: 0161 351 5400, SU website: http://www.salfordstudents.com/advice/centre).  

  • Last Updated Aug 30, 2018
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  • Answered By David Hamilton (askUs)

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