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Student Disability Resource Center


While actual approved accommodations are determined by careful review of your file, we can provide, in general, the following accommodations.

We take an individual approach when developing an accommodations plan. This approach includes the review of the application, documentation, and a meeting with an SDRC coordinator. Once this process is complete, any updates or modifications to the approved accommodations should be discussed with an SDRC coordinator.  Below are examples of common accommodations, but this list is not an exhaustive list.

Specialized Accommodations

  • Testing accommodations
    • Extended time
    • Separate, limited distraction environment
    • Accessible formats
    • Use of computer and technology for tests
  • Assistive technology support
    • Alternative formats of class textbooks
    • Audio recorder in class
    • Notetaking tools
    • Speech recognition software
  • Note taking assistance
  • Early registration for classes
  • Reduced credit course load
    • May change each semester
  • Adaptive van with wheelchair lift through USC Transportation
  • Accessible classroom desks
  • Sign language interpreters
  • Preferential seating in class
  • Approval for eating and/or drinking in the classroom

General Support

  • Liaison to faculty and staff
  • Notification to professors/faculty that you are registered (upon your request)
  • Advice on classroom accommodations
  • Small group activities
    • Art Expressions
    • Career Planning
    • Transitions
  • Assistance to faculty on working with students with disabilities
  • Student Success Center referrals
  • Liaison with South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department
  • Liaison with the Workforce Recruitment Program 

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