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Accessibility Services helps students who experience disabilities with full and equitable participation in academic life. We strive towards creating a barrier-free environment where all students can achieve their potential.

News

  • PSYC 1300 and 1400

    (Posted: Mon, Oct 25) We are now accepting applications for PSYC 1300 "Learning Disabilities: Experience to Understanding" and PSYC 1400 "Mental Health...
  • Take the Stress out of IBS

    (Posted: Tue, Oct 05) Do you experience symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome? Are you looking for tips to help regulate your digestion? Join Kathy Somers...
  • Guidance on Job Search Strategies

    (Posted: Thu, Sep 23) Throughout the Fall semester, the Discover Ability Network is hosting three different information sessions for individuals with...
  • IMPORTANT changes for Fall 2021

    (Posted: Wed, Sep 08) Accommodations for Quizzes, Tests and Exams Here's an overview of key information you need to know. Writing a test or exam on-...
  • Registration Workshop

    (Posted: Tue, Sep 07) Our live workshops wrapped up in September, but we have this recording that will introduce you to SAS, the way we work, and some of...

Experiencing Distress?

After hours, you might be looking for support.  We have useful resources that can help with all kinds of situations.