Welcome to the Disability Programs and Resource Center

The DPRC collaborates with SF State's diverse community to ensure that all aspects of campus life - learning, working and living - are universally accessible. The DPRC provides the University with resources, education and direct services in order that people with disabilities may have a greater opportunity to achieve social justice and equity.

Office Hours

Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Fall 2016 Drop-In Hours

Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays  1PM-4 PM

Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 AM-12 Noon

*Please schedule in advance for your first “Intake” appointment. Intake appointments may not be available during Drop-In hours. 


The deadline to submit E.A.R. Forms to the DPRC for test accommodations for Finals (December 15 – 17, 19-21) is Thursday, November 10th, 2016.

If your instructor will proctor your exam and provide you reasonable accommodations, you do not need to submit an EAR form. You must speak to your instructor directly about this option and obtain their prior approval.

Please note that EAR forms submitted after November 10th may require rescheduling an exam with the instructor's approval.


ATC Hours for Fall 2016

The Accessible Technology Commons (ATC) hours of operation for Fall 2016 are:

Monday thru Friday:  9 am to 8 pm

Except during the week of Monday, November 21, 2016, to Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Monday thru Wednesday: 9 am to 5 pm


Student Opportunities

World AIDS Day on December 1st

SF State will commemorate the 28th World AIDS day on December 1st. The planning committee invites students to become a part of the planning and vision of the event. The committee meets on Monday afternoons 2-3PM in the Cesar Chavez Student Center.

If you are interested in participating, please email Michael Ritter at mritter@sfsu.edu.

Karina Eide Memorial Scholarship for Dyslexic students

The Dyslexic Advantage Karina Eide Memorial Scholarship Program will award scholarships of $2500 to sixteen dyslexic students who are currently enrolled in college, university, or vocational school. The purpose of these awards is to identify and support the development of dyslexic students with outstanding future potential who may not be competitive for other scholarships that are based on grades or test scores. Scholarship funds are to be used to pay tuition or other school-related expenses.

Further information is available in the Karina Eide Memorial Scholarship flyer.

2016-2017 Dale M. Schoettler Scholarship for Visually Impaired Students

The California State University's Dale M. Schoettler Scholarship for Visually Impaired Students is for $10,000 and will be awarded for the 2016-2017 academic year. Visit the Dale M. Schoettler Scholarship for Visually Impaired Students page for details or to download the application packet.