We work with a diverse population of students with documented disabilities to assure equal educational access. We seek to collaborate with all components of the University community to increase awareness, remove barriers, and promote an inclusive environment where students are empowered to be successful learners, self-advocates, and citizen leaders.
We strive to create a universally inclusive campus through innovative and individualized practices that foster independent and confident students, informed and engaged faculty, and creates a collaborative and welcoming campus community for all.
Final Exams - Spring 2014
Test Request Forms for Final Exams are now available. All forms must be submitted to the office of Disability Resources by April 21st at 5pm. You can visit the box to the right of this message to access the forms. All forms can be submitted in person or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
People First Campaign - 2014
This series is geared towards registered students. We will focus on understanding strenghts, challenges, and learning how to advocate for resources.
The February 5th edition of The Link is now available on our website under the News & Highlights section. The Link is a bi-weekly e-letter published by the Office of Disability Resources. It's purpose is to keep registered students up to date with important ODR news and announcements.
Campus AccessibilityAutomatic Door Not Working? Problems with a Curb Cut? Use this campus accessibility form (pdf) to report barriers to accessibility on campus!
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