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Requesting Accommodations, Modifications, Aids and Services

Through an interactive process, DRC staff meet with each student individually to discuss your request for accommodations/services, strengths, challenges, and the likely impact of your disability on your educational experiences at Salisbury University (SU). The information you provide is an essential component in the determination of reasonable accommodations and services.

Through an interactive process, DRC staff meet with each student individually to discuss their request for accommodations/services, strengths, challenges, and the likely impact of their disability on their educational experiences at Salisbury University (SU). While students can register with the DRC at any time, incoming first-year and transfer students are encouraged to register the semester prior to their first semester at SU.

While students can register with the DRC at any time, incoming first-year and transfer students are encouraged to register the semester prior to their first semester at SU. Students will be eligible to register with the DRC once they have “fully committed” to the University (deposit paid). * Please be aware students scheduling appointments at the beginning of the Fall or Spring semesters(s) can anticipate increased wait times for initial intake appointments.

Who We Serve

The DRC provides accommodations, modifications, and services to students with documented disabilities enrolled in Salisbury University’s undergraduate, graduate, or satellite programs. Such disabilities include, but are not limited to, learning, physical/mobility, vision, hearing, chronic health and mental health impairments. The DRC also works with students with some temporary impairments, as appropriate.