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The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is where eligibility for services & accommodations are established for qualified students with disabilities. For your convenience, there is a Disability Resource Center located on each of the four ASU campuses . Students with disabilities are encouraged to visit the DRC on their particular campus and make the center an integral part of their educational experience.
This web site contains targeted information, links to other valuable ASU programs and services, and critical support for a successful academic experience. The Disability Resource Center invites students to explore DRC resources, ask questions, visit with DRC staff and utilize the programs and services designed to support their academic, career and life goals.
Most students take classes on multiple campuses, and it is necessary to contact each Disability Resource Center where they are taking classes to ensure that services are coordinated for each campus. Many accommodations are time sensitive and thus it is crucial that appropriate accommodations be arranged by the student within established timeframes to ensure availability in each setting.
Disability impacts all people regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, religion, or gender. Therefore, the staff of the ASU Disability Resource Centers supports an environment in which the diversity and variety of human experiences are respected and appreciated. We recognize and value the unique history of each student and are committed to meeting the needs and providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere sensitive to the needs of all students.
If you have any concerns about accessibility or accommodations, you are welcome to contact the DRC at (480) 965-1234, emailing the office at DRC@asu.edu or reporting your concerns to our office through the following form: Concern Form
The form will be reviewed and you will be contacted to address any concerns you may have.