Regional Campus Students

Overview

The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) engages in an interactive process with each student and determines accommodations on an individualized, case-by-case, course-by-course basis. Depending on the nature and functional limitations of a student's disability, they may be eligible for reasonable and appropriate accommodations. Accommodations and services are available through CSD to students attending Storrs and the regional campuses including Avery Point, Farmington (except for medical and dental school students), Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury and the School of Social Work. Students at the School of Law, School of Medicine, School of Dental Medicine should refer to those specific websites for information regarding requesting accommodations. While the Student Services Suite is open on the regional campuses with limited staff, Regional Campus Coordinators (RCC) are available remotely. Please email your RCC directly to schedule a virtual meeting. We will continue to engage in the interactive process with you to request new accommodations and to coordinate approved accommodations with you and your instructors.

Regional Campus CSD Staff

Avery Point 

Katie Halbruner
959-200-3872
Katie.halbruner@uconn.edu

Farmington (Graduate School Students Only)

Graduate Students at the Farmington campus will be assigned to a Storrs-based Disability Services Professional. Please contact csd@uconn.edu with questions. Please register to request accommodations at https://csd.uconn.edu/request-accommodations/

Hartford

Katie Halbruner
959-200-3872
Katie.halbruner@uconn.edu

Stamford

Nicole Wasson
203-251-8508
Nicole.wasson@uconn.edu

Waterbury

Rachel Julian
959-444-0035
Rachel.julian@uconn.edu

Campus Change

Emily Sears
959-200-3873
Emily.sears@uconn.edu

Registering and Receiving Accommodations

How to register with CSD:

  • Students at all campuses will follow the same process to register with CSD MyAccess as detailed here: https://csd.uconn.edu/request-accommodations/
  • Regional students will be assigned to a Regioina Campus Coordinator based on their home campus

For students already approved for academic accommodations:

Campus Change Students

Students who campus change do not need to re-register with the CSD. Campus change students will be reassigned to work with a Regional Coordinator/Disability Service Professional at their new campus. Students will be emailed their new contact’s information.

Link to CSD campus change page: https://csd.uconn.edu/campus-change-information/

Link to UConn campus change page: https://campuschange.uconn.edu/