Disability Services and Law
This is a portal to resources about everything related to college accessibility.
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On the Disability Resource Center page, you can find out:
- What is the "Disability Resource Center" (DRC) on campus? What is its role?
- How do I work with DRC? How do I sign up?
- How do I get services or accommodations, like audio books or extra time for tests?
- Do I have to sign up with DRC? Can I just tell my instructor what I need? What if I don't want to register with disability services?
- What if I have a problem with a professor or class?
- Understand your rights and responsibilities as a college student with this helpful guide from the Department of Education
- Higher Education Reauthorization Act of 2008 includes important provisions related to disability (including the establishment of the NCCSD).
- When things don't work out: Understanding the campus Grievance Procedure
- Handy, one-stop reference to Disability Laws
- NFB has an Accessibility Online Resource Center that discusses access technologies and students' rights, and a self-advocacy toolkit that expands on these topics
- Legal Resources beyond campus
- FERPA information for students