We are pleased you are interested in services available through Student Disability Services (SDS).
The professional staff works with students with documented disabilities to develop strategies and to offer accommodations both in and out of the classroom to help enhance the Clemson experience. Students with documented disability have full access to Clemson through a variety of ways, sometimes using assistive technology, note taking services, the Test Proctoring Center or any number of other accommodations that give students an even academic playing field. Students with both invisible and visible disabilities can be eligible for services.
We seek to utilize Universal Design principles in all we do to assist students with academic success at Clemson.
Online Test Proctoring Center
Students can access the online Test Proctoring Center request form at: https://sds.app.clemson.edu/tpc/. A valid Clemson University username and password are required to access the form. For additional information, please click on the Test Proctoring Center.
The Autism Spectrum: College Students and a New Way of Understanding
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
1-3 p.m. — Hendrix Meeting Room A
National expert Jane Thierfeld Brown will be giving an open presentation for interested faculty, staff, students and visitors. This event is free and open to the public. She will also be leading some workshops for specific groups on campus by invitation only. Please contact Margaret Camp if you are interested in attending a workshop or having Dr. Brown speak to a group. Learn more.
04-12-16 — Two Named Extraordinary Educators by Clemson Honor Society
09-22-15 — Clemson Alums Richie Parker and Javis Austin Share Their Amazing Life Stories
09-04-15 — Alumni to join panel discussion for Disability Diversity Awareness Day
08-25-15 — Diversity panel named at Clemson University
08-04-15 — Camp named Student Disability Services director
It’s in your power. Donate Today Support for Student Disability Services (SDS) has a direct impact on Clemson students with documented disabilities. We invite you to power up access for students with disabilities by providing support directly to SDS via this secure link.
Request Academic Access Letters open for Summer letters.
Accessibility Barrier Report Form
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