November 23 - 29, 2020 | Three Things in Academic Advising This Week
'Three Things in Academic Advising This Week' highlights policies, upcoming events,
technology updates, and other important updates relevant to academic advising.
3 things to know about the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)
SDRC Mission: SDRC Promotes inclusion by ensuring equal access to all aspects of the Carolina experience
for students with disabilities by facilitating the provision of reasonable accommodations,
providing modifications and serving as consultants to faculty, staff, and campus partners.
Who Does SDRC Serve?
1. Students who have a documented disability significantly affecting major life functions.
2. Students who have documented temporary injuries.
3. Students with documented disabilities or medical conditions who are seeking relief
from the requirements of Greek meal plans.
Note: the SDRC also serves students at USC satellite campuses and graduate students,
including those at the Law School and Medical School.
Alternative testing Audio books Recording devices Interpreters
Attendance Assignment Extensions Reduced Courseload Foreign Language Substitution
Remember: Although students may have similar diagnoses, their behaviors, needs, and experiences
will be unique and will need individualized consideration. Modifications/Accomodations
are determined on a case-by-case basis.
2. How to Change Your Microsoft Teams Away Message
Click on your profile picture icon in the top right corner of the Teams window.
Below your picture, click "Set Status Message."
Check the box that says "Show when people message me."
If you're constantly receiving lots of messages, you may want to consider selecting
"Never" under the "Clear status message after" dropdown menu. This will keep your
status message visible for an indefinite period of time to anyone who tries to message