A. No. DRS is not a comprehensive learning disability program. There are no special classes or specially designated academic services for students with learning disabilities at UCD. Support services and accommodations are provided to eligible students with a variety of disabilities who request them after they are admitted to UCD.
A. No student is automatically entitled to a standard list of accommodations based on a specific disability. Students may establish eligibility for accommodations to insure equal access. Eligibility for accommodations is determined for each student individually, based on the documentation provided and how the disability impacts the student in an educational setting.
A. No, there is no fee for accommodations. Accommodations are required by law and are the responsibility of the college/university.
A. Personal care assistance is not a required accommodation by law. All costs for personal care are the responsibility of the student.
A. DRS does not conduct LD testing; however, we can provide you with a list of professionals in the area that do LD Assessments. The student is responsible for the cost of any learning disability assessment.
A. No. Affiliation with DRS is confidential and not part of a student's official academic record.