disAbility Resources for Students is committed to providing services and programs that foster student development at all levels, intellectual, emotional, physical, and social (we're talking about you!). Full participation in all aspects of University life is not only necessary to achieve this holistic development, but it is encouraged and supported by the DRS team. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you, even if you just want to ask a few questions to get more information about our department. To make an appointment, visit Old Main 120 or Contact us!
If you are new to DRS, you will need to schedule a Needs Assessment with a DRS Counselor.
Please explore the following links for information and resources on accommodations and services available through DRS, as well as some of our policies and procedures: