Connect with ODS
The Office of Disability Services (ODS) recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. Accessibility is an essential feature of the Wright State campus, and we strive to create an inclusive community for our students, faculty, staff, and guests. Over 800 students with ADD/ADHD, learning, medical, physical, and/or psychological disabilities participate in our programs.
Students: Learn about and Register with ODS
To receive accommodations, students must complete a confidential registration process (separate from admissions):
- Complete the online application
- Submit professional documentation of disability, and
- Attend a College Accommodation Planning meeting
Students: Access Accommodations
Access your AIM online services portal to request services, send letters to faculty, schedule exams, acknowledge policies, and more! Check out our AIM tutorials to learn how to manage your accommodations 24/7.
Students: Work for ODS
Looking for on-campus employment? Interested in building your resume? Want to help others?
Log into Handshake and search Disability Services to view all our open positions. Students with and without work-study funds are encouraged to apply.
Autism Spectrum Support
Raiders on the Autism Spectrum Excelling (RASE) is a peer mentorship program designed to assist incoming students on the Autism Spectrum in their transition to college.
ASL Interpreting and C-Print
Members of the general public who would like to request an ASL interpreter or C-Print for a university-sponsored event should contact the department sponsoring the event to request the interpreter and C-Print services. Departments may request an interpreter or C-Print using the online request form and must provide a department finance manager contact for charges to be billed appropriately. Once we receive the form we will follow up via email within 24 hours. Please note that service coordination requires 48-hour notice.
Faculty and Staff: Request Accommodations
To request reasonable accommodation per the ADA, an individual should self-disclose their request to ODS. In order to be eligible for services through ODS, individuals will be asked to provide supporting documentation of their disability.