The O'Neill Center for Disability Services
The O'Neill Center for Disability Services provides accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Working collaboratively with faculty and other campus resources, we provide a wide range of support services for students who have learning differences, sensory impairments, psychological disabilities or physical conditions.
Services, which are coordinated by the O'Neill Center, may include, but are not limited to: academic and testing accommodations, faculty notification, assistance with adaptive computer technology, accessibility issues, academic advising, student support groups, and personalized academic coaching. The center is designed to promote interaction among several existing campus resources and personnel. Students are actively involved in decision making regarding their specific needs and are encouraged to work toward increased independence and self-sufficiency.
Students are encouraged to meet with O'Neill Center staff before the start of their first semester to develop an accommodation plan. We are here to help.
To qualify for services, please review Steps for Receiving Services and Accommodations Plan.
Learning Disabilities Specialist