The Student Resources page contains information to help you accommodate your disability-related needs both in and out of the classroom, as well as the online environment.
Go to the Registration page to learn how to register with DPRC and set up reasonable accommodations.
The Accommodations page has links to information regarding reasonable accommodations used across multiple disability categories, such as exam accommodations, note taking assistance, and housing accommodations. Reasonable accommodations used by students representing a specific disability category, such as interpreting or captioning services for Deaf students, or exacerbated symptom accommodations for students with chronic health or psychiatric conditions, can be found within the specific disability categories below.
The following disability category links will find information about reasonable accommodations and other resources specific to each disability category listed.
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Blind and Low Vision
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing
- Learning Disabilities
- Mobility and Physical Disabilities
- Psychological Disabilities
The Community Connections page contains information regarding on- and off-campus resources that may be of interest to students with disabilities. Here you will find DPRC and other SF State sponsored events, as well as happenings in the greater disability community. Be sure to check back regularly for updates.
There are scholarships available to students who qualify for services provided by the Disability Programs and Resource Center on the Scholarships page.
Frequently Asked Questions
You will find answers to some of the more common questions about reasonable accommodations and accessing DPRC services on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
A majority of the forms needed to request reasonable accommodations are found on the Forms page.