Accessing RAPs (Recommended Adjustments Pages)

What is a RAP?

Around two thirds of all disabled students who access services provided by the Disability Team will have a Recommended Adjustments Page (RAP). A RAP is a report which provides some information about the way in which a student's disclosed condition or impairment may impact on their studies. It also includes recommendations for reasonable adjustments to the delivery of teaching and assessments. A RAP may also provide some information about additional support or facilities which a student is using to overcome disability related barriers.

Reasonable Adjustments Page (RAP) – Information and Guidance

How do I access a student's RAP?

Watch the video on this page, for advice on how to look up RAPs for any students on your module.

Quick links:

To look up an individual student's RAP using their student ID

To look up RAPs for students using the module code

To look up RAPs for students using your GCU Username

 

Please note that when accessing RAPs remotely, you will need to be connected to the GCU VPN Network. 

 

What is a RAP?

Around two thirds of all disabled students who access services provided by the Disability Team will have a Recommended Adjustments Page (RAP). A RAP is a report which provides some information about the way in which a student's disclosed condition or impairment may impact on their studies. It also includes recommendations for reasonable adjustments to the delivery of teaching and assessments. A RAP may also provide some information about additional support or facilities which a student is using to overcome disability related barriers.

How do I access a student's RAP?

Watch the video on this page, for advice on how to look up RAPs for any students on your module.

Quick links:

To look up an individual student's RAP using their student ID

To look up RAPs for students using the module code