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Disability Resources for Students

Disability Resources for Students

Welcome to Disability Resources for Students (DRS), a unit within the Division of Student Life. DRS is dedicated to ensuring access and inclusion for all students with disabilities on the Seattle campus enrolled in our undergraduate, graduate, professional, Evening Degree and Access programs for over 40 years. DRS serves 3000+ students with either temporary or permanent physical, health, learning, sensory or psychological disabilities. We partner with students and faculty jointly in the process to establish accommodations, services and access to academic programs.

myDRS login

Current DRS students log into myDRS

New student application login

Click above to apply for DRS services

Talk to a DRS Access Coordinator

Prospective or current students will have the opportunity to speak with a DRS Access Coordinator without an appointment during Coordinator on Duty (COD) hours. COD hours are designed for questions that can be addressed in 15 minutes or less. If the question is complex, an appointment will be scheduled for another day, phone questions are welcome.

Quarterly Access Coordinator on Duty (COD) hours

Important Dates in the Quarter

To make a timely request for specific accommodations, review the DRS Request Timeline page you can also review the full list of UW Academic Calendar dates here.

Drop-in Academic Coaching for Fall 2018 (Sept 25- Dec 4th)

When: Tuesdays 2-3:30pm – short walk-in sessions on first come, first serve basis

For UW undergraduates who are looking for some quick tips on time and stress management, more effective study habits, avoiding procrastination, and more?  Students who want to pursue more regular scheduled meetings with the Academic Coach will need to make an appoint to discuss a formal referral to the program with their DRS Access Coordinator.

Events & Opportunities

Looking for ways to get connected to events and community on campus? Or want to view internship and or scholarship opportunities?

Quick Links to commonly used DRS Resources

  1. Getting Started with DRS
  2. Supporting students with disabilities at the UW
  3. Frequently asked questions
  4. Specific UW accommodation information
  5. myDRS Video Tutorials
  6. UW Housing Disability Accommodations
  7. Resource List for Learning Disabilities/ADHD Assessments & Diagnosticians
  8. Career Development and Students with Disabilities
  9. Free Online Document Conversion Tool
  10. Academic Coaching in DRS

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