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Requesting Accommodations?

The CSD engages in an interactive process with each student and reviews requests for accommodations on an individualized, case-by-case basis. To begin this interactive process and request accommodations, please register below.

Register With MyAccess

If you have any questions regarding the registration process or technical issues while registering through MyAccess, please contact Kimberly McKeown, at myaccess-csd@uconn.edu or (860) 486-2020.

CSDTech

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The Center for Students with Disabilities offers services, called CSDTech, that provides students with disabilities the opportunity to access learning technologies that aim to enhance overall success and independence.

Beyond Access

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Beyond Access (BA): This program provides an opportunity for students to work smarter, not harder, in a competitive academic environment while also preparing for life beyond college.

Husky GPS

Husky GPS

Husky GPS is an online summer program offering students entering the University of Connecticut (UConn) an opportunity to learn about campus resources, study and organizational skills, and commonly used technologies.

Delta Alpha Pi

delta alpha honor society

The international organization wishes to recognize academic excellence among students with disabilities on college campuses across the nation. Due to the stigma associated with disabilities, this organization also seeks to empower these students to advocate for themselves and others and serve as mentors.

REACH

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CSD REACHing Peers is a three-fold peer mentoring program that consists of Opportunities for prospective students to connect with current UConn CSD students, Mentor-Mentee relationships amongst current UConn students registered with the Center for Students with Disabilities, and Linking current UConn students with a network of CSD alumni for career preparation

News and Announcements

Three Parking Lots to Close Due to Construction

Construction of the new Northwest Science Quadrant, a cornerstone of the Next Generation Connecticut program and a hallmark of the 2015 Campus Master Plan, is scheduled to begin in January 2020. The first phase of this major new project will include the Science I Building and a supplemental utility plant. As a result of this […]

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Summer 2019 Construction and Traffic Update

In order to provide students and faculty with the best spaces in which to live and learn, UConn is undergoing a strategic master plan to construct and improve the campus. Please note that construction may inhibit daily routes and routines, as some areas may be closed in order to facilitate the completion of major construction […]

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CSD Hours of Operation

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Contact the CSd

Phone: 860-486-2020
csd@uconn.edu
Address: Center for Students with Disabilities
Wilbur Cross Building, Room 204
233 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4174
Storrs, CT 06269-4174
More: http://csd.uconn.edu/contact-us/

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DAP

The international organization wishes to recognize academic excellence among students with disabilities on college campuses across the nation. Due to the stigma associated with disabilities, this organization also seeks to empower these students to advocate for themselves and others and serve as mentors.

Beyond Access logo

Beyond Access

BA is a fee-based program that provides you with opportunities to work smarter, not harder in a competitive academic environment while also preparing for life beyond college.

husky gps

CSDTech

CSDTech provides students the opportunity to access learning technologies that aim to enhance overall success and independence.

husky gps

Husky GPS

Husky GPS is an online summer program offering students entering the University of Connecticut (UConn) an opportunity to learn about campus resources, study and organizational skills, and commonly used technologies

Reaching Peers Logo

Reaching Peers

CSD REACHing Peers is a three-fold peer mentoring program that consists of Opportunities for prospective students to connect with current UConn CSD students, Mentor-Mentee relationships amongst current UConn students registered with the Center for Students with Disabilities, and Linking current UConn students with a network of CSD alumni for career preparation