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Providing students with inclusive experiences and equal access

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Serving undergraduate and graduate students in AS&E

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DR Online Services

For students currently registered with Office of Disability Resources, log in to the DR Student Portal to request faculty notification letters and to schedule exams. View instructions and tutorials for using the Portal.

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Academic Accommodations

Students are encouraged to register with our office to disclose a disability. Students requesting classroom disability accommodations for the first time should complete the online academic accommodation application. If you are requesting accommodations in both classroom and residential environments, please complete both forms.

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Residential Accommodations

Students requesting residential disability accommodations should complete the online residential accommodation application. Certain resources, like single room occupancy, are limited, so students requesting housing accommodations should do so as soon as they are able.

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DR Instructor Services

View instructions and tutorials for using the Portal.

The Faculty Disability Guide assists faculty and instructors in understanding disabilities and in creating inclusive classroom environments.

Web Communications has created a web accessibility resource page for faculty, staff and students who work on the web.

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UR Transition Pre-Orientation Program

UR Transition is designed to support the needs of students with disabilities beginning their academic journey at Rochester. This program brings first-year students with disabilities and their families together with services to cultivate a supportive relationship and encourage self-advocacy skills, which in turn will ease the transition to university learning.

Students and parents attend workshops and tours facilitated by our access coordinators and study skills consultants, accompanied by Disability Resources student mentors.

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Need help or more information about disability resources? Contact us.