Welcome all. For differently abled students, Disability Services is the best first point of contact for students with documented disabilities or a disability-related concern.
UMass Lowell Counseling Services offers free and confidential individual and group counseling for students regardless of disability for personal growth, psychological concerns (related to disability or not), career indecision, identity issues, substance abuse and other concerns as long as those services are able to meet the needs of the individual. With a student-centered approach, UMLCS fosters self-advocacy and self-determination and promotes awareness that disability is an element of diversity.
Resources for Students with Disabilities
- UMass Lowell Disability Services: The best first point of contact for students with documented disabilities or a disability-related concern. UMLDS offers a variety or support, guidance, resources and strategies to assist these students.
- Psychological Verification Form (pdf): If you are diagnosed with a psychological disability, you can fill out this form with your provider to register with and gain access to Disability Services' resources.
- Online Resource for College Students with Disabilities: Rich website with information on various disabilities and disorders, relevant organizations, assistive technology and more.