Student Office Services
According to the service needed, it is possible to book an appointment both online and on campus. The reservation assures that all requests are handled by a qualified member of the staff.
Telephone: +39 02 8224 3777
The Office of Information Technology is responsible for the management and evolution of the University’s Information Systems to support teaching, research and administrative management processes.
It promotes the use of new technologies and provides support to users.
It guarantees, the development and improvement of information systems, allows users to use advanced technologies and access to applications, networks and services; it promotes the acquisition and efficient use of ICT infrastructures and technologies.
The University’s information systems make the following services available to students, faculty and staff:
- Wi-fi of the University
- Access to applications
- Digital learning
Our University has set up the IT Help Desk service for students, faculty and all staff members for issues with the IT services. It’s also possible to book an appointment to fix up with one of our technicians.
Setup in 1996, Humanitas Research Hospital Library became a Scientific Documentation Center in 2007, to promote and support research, clinical care, teaching and learning needs.
Don Mattia Bernasconi – Spiritual Assistant at Humanitas University and Parish Vicar at the Visitazione della Beata Vergine Maria Community in Gratosoglio, Milan.
The Counseling Service offers free and confidential support for any difficulty you might be experiencing during your university path. It is an opportunity to talk about them in a confidential setting with a professionally qualified person.
What kind of problems can be helped through counseling?
During your university career there might be times when you need a little extra support than your friends and family, for example when you first arrive and have to adapt to a new context or during periods of academic pressure, or when dealing with unexpected life events that impact on your emotional wellbeing.
How does counseling work?
Counseling is a process that allows you to explore those issues that are causing you concern or distress. It’s an opportunity to talk about them in a confidential setting with a professionally qualified person.
The counselor will not tell you what to do, but will help you think about your difficulties in a non-judgmental manner and find the best way to face them.
How do I reserve an appointment?
Appointments with our counselor can be booked in person or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The student peer mentorship programme is organised and supported by Humanitas University under the supervision of the Office for Medical Education and the International Students Office.
What is peer mentorship?
The peer Mentorship programme matches junior students (mentees) with senior or more experienced students (mentors), who will act as advisors or guides, providing support to, and feedback on, the mentee.
What is the role of mentors?
Mentors support junior students, by answering questions about campus and university life (both curricular and extracurricular activities), by sharing relevant experiences and giving their mentees the contacts they might need.
How is the student peer mentorship organised at Humanitas University?
Each year incoming students are put into contact with a group of mentors from the second year through the LMS. This peer mentoring programme follows the students over the six years of the degree course.
The programme is supported through an online platform (LMS) where students can ask questions, create mentoring groups or request individual appointments.
Support services for students with disabilities or with specific learning disorders (SLD)
Humanitas University offers a Service for Students with Disabilities and with SLDs that carries out counselling activities upon entry to university and support throughout the studies. The aim is to identify and develop the type of support needed for each student to successfully complete the study programme.
By enrolling in the Service for Students with Disabilities and with SLDs, students can benefit from counselling sessions supported by a neuropsychologist specialised in SLD. During those sessions students can discuss and define their needs and the support required to carry out their studies in a diversified manner and in accordance with C.N.U.D. guidelines. Students can also receive a handbook with useful and practical advice.