How do I get started wtih DRC?Click or enter to reveal information below
- Visit DRC's Connect page and follow the instructions.
- You can request accommodations through DRC at any time during your academic career.
What is the difference between DRC and the SALT Center?Click or enter to reveal information below
The DRC is the campus department designated by the University to provide access to University classes, programs, and activities for disabled individuals.
- We determine and facilitate the implementation of reasonable accommodations.
- Accommodations and services are free of charge.
The SALT Center is a fee-based program that provides enhanced academic support for students with learning and attention challenges. Please see their website for information about admission and the available services.
How do I request accommodations?Click or enter to reveal information below
- If you are connecting with DRC for the first time, fill out the online form.
- If you are a continuing student, you can request additional accommodations or change an existing accommodation at any time by talking with an Access Consultant.
- You will always receive follow-up communication regarding an accommodation request.
- You can log into the DRC online system at any time to view your accommodations.
How do I set-up accommodations?Click or enter to reveal information below
- Implementing a specific accommodation is different than requesting that the accommodation be available to you.
- In most cases, you can register online to use accommodations (such as testing or note-taking) for a particular class.
- Contact DRC (email@example.com) to request additional information or assistance.
How will my instructors know that I may use accommodations?Click or enter to reveal information below
- Instructors have access to a password-protected website that identifies their students who may use accommodations. If your instructor is not aware of this resource, refer them to DRC.
- If you'd prefer an instructor not know about your disability because you don't plan to use accommodation in that class, you can opt-out of the identification process online.
- It's helpful for you to talk with your instructors if you plan to use accommodations in their classes.
What if my accommodations are ineffective or I experience other problems?Click or enter to reveal information below
How can I get a copy of my disability documentation?Click or enter to reveal information below
It is DRC practice to release records directly to the student. To request a copy of your records, please contact us. If you would like us to release your records to a third party, please complete the University of Arizona Authorization for the Release of Information form and contact DRC.
Please call or email DRC to request your records at 520-621-3268 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I attend UA South, UA Phoenix Campus or UA Online. Is this where I request accommodations?Click or enter to reveal information below
Yes! DRC is the campus department designated by the University to determine and provide access to University classes, programs and activities for disabled individuals on main campus, UA South, Phoenix campus and UA Online. Through an interactive process, we facilitate access either through determining a reasonable accommodation or by redesigning aspects of a University experience.
For UA South and UA Phoenix Campus, please connect with DRC here.
For UA Online students, please connect with DRC here.
How do I request a course substitution?Click or enter to reveal information below
- See an Access Consultant to discuss course substitution.
- More information is available at the Course Substitution page.
What do I do if I may miss a lot of classes because of my disability?Click or enter to reveal information below
- See an Access Consultant to discuss each class individually. Accommodations for attendance depend on the nature of each course.
- More information is available at the Attendance Requirements page.