The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is happy to consult with any USU student experiencing barriers to their education or to university life due to a diagnosed or suspected disability. Working with students, faculty, and university administration the DRC seeks to facilitate full access to all aspects of student life at USU. The following links will guide you to information that may be helpful as you work with the DRC.
This page provides a step by step explanation of the application and intake process. If you are not yet working with the DRC, this page will help you find out how to set up services.
This handbook provides answers to most questions that new students have about the DRC. Please review the handbook to find out more about the DRC and how it may be useful to you.
As part of the intake process you may will need to demonstrate and/or document your disability. Here is an explanation of the documentation requirements.
Services Offered by the DRC
- Accommodated Testing
- Printed Materials in Alternate Formats
- Interpreters, Transcribers, and Assistive Listening Devices
- Assistive Technology
- Architectural Access
- Library and Lab Aides
- Priority Registration
These are additional campus resources that every student should be aware of in order to be most successful at USU.
The DRC has some scholarships. Learn about these scholarships as well as other scholarship resources.