Current DRC Students
Welcome to the Hub!
If you are currently a registered DRC student, this webpage is your hub for the latest DRC service information. Students registered with DRC have met with a DRC counselor to discuss eligibility for accommodations and services based on qualifying disability documentation submitted to the DRC. Be sure to visit this webpage frequently to stay up-to-date on important DRC updates!
How do I request accommodations if I am already registered with the DRC?
Student accommodations must be requested each semester. Learn the request process.
Academic Advising FAQ
Have an academic advising question? Check out DRC's new Academic Advising Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) webpage!
New Equipment at the Center for Accessible Technology!
Did you know the DRC has a computer lab called the Center for Accessible Technology (CAT) located in the Martin Luther King, Jr., Library exclusively for DRC students? The lab has the latest computer equipment to keep you up to date with technology, including recently added pay-to-print stations. Go there to study, learn adaptive software/hardware/basic computer skills training, or just check out the 40 different bonsai plants living in the lab! Check out an CAT virtual tour now!
Ensure your student success with workshops on academic & career exploration, personal management, and learning strategies! Check them out now: www.studentlingo.com/spartansuccess
Learning Unlocked (aka "LuLu") is an interactive self-assessment tool for students focusing on career & academic advising, support & interaction with others, study skills & time management, disability identity, self-advocacy, and learning strategies. Explore strengths and weaknesses. Gain customized tools. Unlock your potential now!