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.
2015 — Walk & Roll in My Shoes
Planning for Walk & Roll in My Shoes has begun for 2015 in which several key administrators, faculty, staff and students experience a life-altering — perhaps life-enhancing — day by living outside their comfort zones.
03-27-15 — National higher education disability leader to address faculty, staff, students
12-04-14 — Student Disability Services, Flashnotes.com partner to revolutionize note-taking access
11-03-14 — Student Disability director joins expert panel offering college transition advice
05-08-14 — Honor society for students with disabilities chooses Extraordinary Educator
01-09-14 — Clemson disability specialist to lead state organization
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 Accommodation Letter (AAL) open for Summer letters.
Accessibility Barrier Report Form
Provide us with specific information here.