year in review 2018 Paperturn - Page 57



2018: A YEAR IN REVIEW | TRANSFORMATION
Selamulela received
accommodation near campus,
his tuition was paid and he was
allotted extra time for every exam.
The Disability Service also acquired
a new vehicle to transport disabled
students and staff, making it the
first unit at an academic institution
in the Western Cape to provide
this service.
The service also assisted Tumishang
Selamulela, who battled to keep
up with the pace of his mechanical
engineering degree.
“It [was] my dream to come to UCT
to study engineering. It took me eight
years to get to the end of a four-year
degree. Eventually an educational
psychologist determined that I had
a learning disorder.”
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