Disability Services focuses on the diverse needs for persons with disabilities to recognize and achieve their educational goals. The university is committed to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and as amended in 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to provide access and equal opportunity for all qualified individuals with disabilities.
The Office of Disability Services is committed to creating accessible, dynamic learning environments that focus on the ability of each individual student.
Reasonable academic and nonacademic accommodations: Such as classroom and testing accommodations
Alternative format for educational materials: Such as Braille, large print or audio format
Support personnel: Such as interpreters, readers, writers and note-takers
Assistive technology: Adaptive hardware and software are provided for educational access
Referrals to and liaison with campus and community resources: Arkansas Rehabilitation Services; Division of Services for the Blind; Department of Human Services
Consultation: Disability Services staff collaborates with faculty and staff regarding accommodations and campus facilities access.
Advocacy and study skills guidance: Techniques for time management and study skills are provided by Disability Services staff.
Location of Disability Services
The Office of Disability Services is located on the Beebe campus in the Student Center, Suite 202, inside the Student Success Center. Stop by and visit with us.
Liaison counselors for the Office of Disability Services are located on each campus site (Heber Springs, Searcy, and Little Rock Air Force Base). The counselor is located within Student Services area on each campus.
Heber Springs Campus Counselor Office is located in the Administration Building on the first floor.
Searcy Campus Counselor Office is located in the Main Building at the Student Services area in Hall 1.
Little Rock AFB Counselor is located in the Degree Center in Room 115.