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The Office of Disability Services provides programs, services, and activities that allow students with disabilities to participate in all facets of university life according to their unique abilities and interests. This commitment ensures that people with documented disabilities can realize their full potential.
From the underground tunnel system to test proctoring, the university strives for the elimination of architectural, programmatic, and technological barriers that prevent qualified individuals with disabilities from obtaining a college education.
The Office of Disability Services offers support programs in academics, technology, career and vocational skills development, community education regarding disabilities, credited classes designed to meet disability-related needs, and physical and personal assistance. Most services are provided to students at no cost who qualify for university assistance.
If you have a documented disability, please contact the Office of Disability Services well in advance (six to twelve months) of your planned entry date. A copy of professional documentation of disability should be submitted prior to scheduling a pre-service interview. The pre-service interview is designed to assess disability-related needs and to plan services accordingly.
Learn more about services provided by the Office of Disability Services.