In response to COVID-19, the DSS office is closed to walk-in traffic until May 26th or further notice. Please see the DSS homepage for more information. DSS staff is still available to support students remotely during the virtual instruction period. Please visit the CSUF COVID-19 webpage for the latest campus updates.
STEPS TO GETTING CONNECTED
1. Complete the Online Registration Form. You will be prompted to log-in with your CSUF username and password.
Complete the online form and upload any recent documentation regarding your disability. You may have your health care provider complete the Disability Verification Form or provide other recent documentation. If you are applying for services for a Learning Disability, please provide the most recent copy of your psychoeducational assessment.
IEP and 504 documentation may be submitted, but may not provide enough information to qualify for services. If you have questions regarding documentation, please discuss them with your Disability Specialist during your Welcome Meeting.
2. During your Welcome Meeting, your Disability Specialist will discuss any barriers you may experience in the educational environment and accommodations to provide equal access.
3. Once accommodations are determined, you will be instructed on how to activate your accommodations each semester through the DSS online portal Titanable, learn about resources and referrals.
4. Keep in contact with your disability specialist, and discuss any challenges or concerns that you may have. We are here to support you!
If you have a temporary disability with a duration of less than 6 months, DSS may be able to assist you. It is most important however, for you to connect with your instructor.
DSS is available to discuss additional options and to verify disability information for the instructor as necessary.
When space and staff is available, DSS may be available to proctor an exam or offer a scribe to write answers. However, this option cannot be guaranteed.
There are no personalized transportation services available from DSS or elsewhere on campus for lower mobility injuries.