APMARR: Associazione Nazionale Persone con Malattie Reumatologiche e Rare, is an association born in 1984 in order to ensure people with rare and remathic deaseas rights. Its mission is: to improve quality of assistance to improve quality of life.

Disabili.com: the first national website entirely dedicated to disabled people.

HelpforAll: an application to share experiences on how to help people with disabilities, to disseminate them among those called upon to help those with specific needs. All the operational indications are integrated with videos illustrating the techniques to be adopted.

IstitutodeiCiechi 'F.Cavazza' in Bologna: a historic institution in the world of the visually impaired and blind, it provides numerous services.

IstitutodeiCiechi di Milano: a historic institution in the world of the visually impaired and blind, it provides numerous services.

SPAEE - Servizio di Psicologiadell'Apprendimento e dell'Educazione in EtàEvolutiva(Service of Psychology of Learning and Education in Adolescent Age): the (SPAEE) was established in 2001 within the Department of Psychology of Università Cattolica. Initially operating in Milan, since 2010 it has also had an office in Brescia and offers: psycho-educational paths, diagnostic and qualification paths (also for specific learning disorderscertification for children and adults) and training paths.

SuperAbile.it: information and documentation portal on the world of disability.


Diversity Day: national event in collaboration with Università Bicocca of Milano and sponsorship of CALD.

Jobmetoo: a platform aimed to search and selection for people with disabilities.

Jooble: a platform aimed to search and selection for people with disabilities.

Managing disability: a platform dedicated to companies and people with disabilities created to disseminate best practices, know-how and experiences as well as to publish job offers dedicated to protected categories.


Letturagevolata.it: a site maintained by the Municipality of Venice. It has an extensive database of books in digital, braille, large-format and audio-book versions.

SensusAccess:  SensusAccess is a self-service, alternate media solution for educational institutions. SensusAccess allows students, faculty, staff and alumni to automatically convert documents into a range of alternate media.

Transports and spare time

ATM Milan - "Travelling without barriers": to reach Università Cattolica using Milan's public transport.

PLAYABLE - Beyond Ability: is a project aimed at young people with disabilities to enable them to express and demonstrate their "ability" and consists of the creation of two artistic formations of a high professional level: a choir and an ensemble of musicians.

Università Cattolica helps you make the most of your free time, offering a range of interesting and engaging cultural activities.

EDUCatt offers students of Università Cattolica of Milan, Brescia, Piacenza-Cremona and Rome a health care service at the Health Centres with general practitioners and specialists.

Since 1999 EDUCatt has also offered a psychological counselling service, where psychologists and psychotherapists offer support in understanding and dealing with students' personal, family and university issues.

Merit Scholarships - Toniolo

The competition for the award of scholarships is organised by Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Istituto Giuseppe Toniolo di studisuperiori, a founding body of the University, with the collaboration of Fondazione EDUCatt per il Dirittoallo Studio for the academic year.

"Il sorriso di Giorgio " call

Prizes for three-year degree programmes on social communications and new media in memory of Giorgio Scarpazza. The Association "Il Sorriso di Giorgio" announces a selection process for the awarding of 4 study prizes worth € 1,500 reserved for graduates of undergraduate programmes on topics related to social communications and new media who intend to continue their studies at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.


EDUCatt is the non-profit foundation to which Università Cattolica has entrusted the implementation of measures to promote access, attendance and regularity of studies through the management of services related to the right to university study.
Services provided:

  • Student reception and financial aid
  • Scholarships, special grants and other financial aid
  • Housing solutions
  • Colleges and university residences, Accommodation on demand and Housing network
  • Catering
  • Books - Solutions and tools
  • Travel and study holidays
  • InCampus Sport