Every student deserves equal access to all aspects of the USC experience. Our team coordinates
efforts to ensure that students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations,
and we serve as consultants to faculty, staff and campus partners.
New Name, Same Support
Previously known as Student Disability Services, we are currently in the process of
changing our name to the Student Disability Resource Center. While our name and website
have undergone some reconstruction, our team is unwavering in the support we provide
to the USC community.
Let's Get Started
To apply for accommodations, students must register with the Student Disability Resource
Center. The application process can take two weeks or more to complete and requires
documentation from a treating physician.
Students who are already registered need to request new accommodations every semester.
We encourage you to work closely with your professors to keep them informed of your
USC students experiencing a temporary injury may qualify for assistance if the injury
negatively impacts your ability to succeed in the classroom.
A Note to Parents
You’ve been there for your student. Now “being there” means allowing and encouraging
your student to manage his or her responsibilities, needs and disability. Only the
most extreme circumstances, such as those that seriously threaten the health of the
student, allow for direct parental or other family involvement.
Waiver to Share Information
Students can sign a waiver in our main office to share information with parents. However,
even if the student has signed this waiver, the office may still only communicate
with parents or other parties with the student present.
MAIN OFFICE 1523 Greene Street LeConte Room 112A Columbia, SC 29208 Phone: 803-777-6142 Fax: 803-777-6741 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY LAB901 Sumter Street Byrnes Building 307 / 308 Columbia, SC 29208 Phone: 803-777-6142 Fax: 803-777-6741 Email: email@example.com
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