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Disability Resource Center

Currently Registered Students

The Disability Resource Center is available virtually to continue to assist you with:

  • Disability coaching and support
  • Obtaining accommodation letters for your classes
  • Referrals to other CSU services

Please Contact Us to schedule a virtual appointment through Microsoft Teams.

Incoming Students

Newly accepted students who need disability accommodations are encouraged to reach out to the Disability Resource Center as early as possible and visit the Access Services page on our website to begin the process.

Students and Parents are also encouraged to review our Documentation Criteria page as well as the High School vs. College reference sheet.

The Disability Resource Center is available virtually to:

  • Answer any questions about the registration process and help guide you through each step
  • Assist you with submitting documentation and required intake forms electronically for review
  • Meet via video/phone to provide more personalized services

Please Contact Us to schedule a virtual meeting to discuss your disability-related needs!

In addition to email, you can also call the Disability Resource Center Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at (678) 466-5445.

 

At Clayton State University, we understand that our students come from diverse backgrounds and abilities. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring that our students are afforded an equal opportunity to participate in all learning experiences.

The Disability Resource Center is here to help ensure students with documented disabilities can access the necessary resources through a welcoming and inclusive environment to make their dreams real.  

We serve students in undergraduate and graduate level credit courses as well as students in learning support. We can assist in coordinating services for other students, including those enrolled in Continuing Education courses.  The DRC can provide assistance for classroom and testing accommodations, assistive technology, use of equipment, housing, sign language interpreters, alternate format media, and more.

Any student who may need a reasonable accommodation, based on the impact of a disability, should contact our office to discuss their specific needs.


Accessing Services

As you apply to become a member of our Laker family, you will be admitted based on the same criteria as any other student. Once enrolled, you can register to access all available resources through the Disability Resource Center.

Begin the registration process for services