Our office is responsible for ensuring that students with documented disabilities are provided the tools, academic accommodations, and support from the University to fully participate in all aspects of campus life.
We serve over 600 students annually. At this time, 95% of students receiving services have non-visible disabilities such as, learning disabilities, ADHD, psychological, or traumatic brain injury; and 5% have visible disabilities such as, blind/low vision, deaf/hard-of-hearing, or physical.
To promote a welcoming environment to all K-State students, our office is dedicated to the principles of universal design. These principles encompass all aspects of the academic environment by ensuring that facilities, programs, activities, materials, and equipment are accessible and usable by all students.