The Disability Services Office provides equal access by determining reasonable accommodations for students and partnering with campus communities to remove barriers, promote diversity, implement universal design and strive for inclusion for all.

Disability Services (DS) Is an Appointment-based Service

Make an intake appointment - to book an appointment with Disability Services, a student must first register with our office by following the Disability Registration Process.

Students who have already had an intake appointment and are fully registered with Disability Services can Login onto Accommodate.

Important Student Updates

2023 Intakes: Registration for students taking Fall 2023 classes is open. Please follow the Registration Process or contact our office for more information.

Accommodations Requests: Students who are already registered with Disability Services and are planning on using their Accommodations during Fall 2023 Semester are now able to submit their accommodations requests.  You must submit your Semester Request by  December 8, 2023 if you are planning on using your accommodations for Fall 2023 Finals.

Intake Appointments: Students who have started the registration process and have received a confirmation email approving their documentation can login onto accommodate to book their Intake Appointments.  If you are planning on using accommodations for Finals, the last day for intake appointments is December 8th, 2023.

Testing Center: Students who need to schedule a make-up exam for the past semester, please contact the Testing Center directly as they will need to do this manually. For any other testing needs, please follow the guidelines on the Testing Center website.

Please use the helpful links below for next steps:

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Want more information about the Disability Services Office?

Please complete the Disability Services Office - Prospective / Admitted Students More Information Form. We will reach out to you personally.

  • Dec. 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. To recognize this day, and the importance of reducing disability stigma, Disability Services has created a 5-minute video highlighting interviews with River Hawk students who identify as a person with a disability.