The Difference Between the SALT Center and DRC
The DRC is the office designated by the University to ensure access for disabled students. DRC determines reasonable accommodations in consultation with faculty and students, and then facilitates the implementation of accommodations. Accommodations and services ensure access to University programs and activities for disabled individuals and have no cost to the student.
The SALT Center inspires students with learning and attention challenges to succeed in higher education. Through the provision of comprehensive academic support services, the SALT Center encourages student engagement, self-awareness, and growth.
As a faculty member or course instructor, please contact DRC if you have questions about access for disabled students, would like assistance in administering your exams with accommodations, have questions about whether a recommended accommodation is reasonable or would like to discuss your role in assuring access to students in your classes.