Penn State DuBois encourages all students to achieve full participation and integration into its educational programs. It is Penn State’s policy not to discriminate against qualified persons with disabilities in its admissions policies or in its educational programs, services, and activities.
At every Penn State location, there is an Office of Disability Services designated to provide services for students with disabilities. Each designated office requests and maintains disability-related documents; certifies eligibility for services; determines academic adjustments, auxiliary aids and/or services; and develops plans for the provision of academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and/or services, as mandated under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
In order to obtain academic adjustments, aids, and/or services, a student must be registered with this office. All information is kept confidential.
Students who are entering as freshmen, transferring from other colleges/universities, or currently enrolled in classes but NOT receiving academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and/or services
Students currently registered with the Office of Disability Services and receiving services
Others interested in learning more about Disability Services
Those individuals who are or will be working with Students with Disabilities
Directions to offices, labs, and exam areas
Other beneficial sites
- Disability Services
- Various Important Disability Links
- The Rehabilitation Act
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Reasonable Accommodations
- Policies & Procedures Exams
- Commonly Utilized Accommodations
- Rights & Responsibilities
- Procedures for Requesting Adjustments
- Establishing Eligibility
- Verification Forms
- Parking Permits
- PSU Office of Disability Services
- Guidelines for Approaching Instructors
- Discrimination & Grievance Procedures