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Student Accessibility Services


Are you seeking other ways to connect, learn and grow? Are you interested in entering into wide-reaching discussions related to accessibility on campus? See Student Accessibility Services’ (SAS) resources for news and opportunities that may interest you.

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University Resources

Academic Resources

Academic Success Center — Academic coaching, Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL), tutoring, study spaces and more. 

The Writing Lab — Trained peer consultants help with brainstorming, editing, drafting and perfecting written assignments.

Schedule a Writing Lab appointment today.

Medical Withdrawal — Facilitated by the Office of Undergraduate Studies. Contact the office to discuss the withdrawal process.


Campus Community Resources

Office of Access and Equity — Develops policies to ensure equal opportunity for faculty, staff, students and visitors while monitoring the University’s compliance with federal, state and University policies related to equitable treatment and unlawful discrimination.  

Clemson Computing and Information Technology (CCIT) — Provides technology services and support, software licenses and more to faculty, staff and students.

Service and Assistance Animals on Campus - Issues guidance and resources to assist the student, staff, and faculty handlers and to promote the safety of animals on all Clemson University owned or managed property.

Health Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) — The mental health department of Student Health Services.

See programming and/or schedule an appointment

Student Health Services — An integrated, outpatient organization including multiple divisions related to medical, counseling and psychological services and social determinants of health.  

Schedule an Appointment. Receive Emergency/After-Hours Care

Campus Dietician — Dining Services provides one-on-one consultations with the campus registered dietician to discuss navigating campus dining. SAS encourages students to meet with the dietician before requesting dining accommodations.  

Schedule a Consultation

Transportation Resources

SAS collaborates with Parking and Transportation Services to ensure students with temporary and permanent mobility impairments have equal access to campus. For more information on requesting transportation accommodations, visit the Transportation Accommodations page. 

The Diabetes Link

The Diabetes Link is a community dedicated to providing young adults with type I diabetes access to peer support, resources and leadership opportunities. Members of The Diabetes Link have access to a network of like-minded individuals who understand the unique challenges of living with diabetes. Those looking to join the Clemson chapter may contact Hannah Self at


SAS Advisory Board

Student representatives are asked to serve on the SAS Advisory Board on an annual basis. The advisory board meets once per semester to discuss current trends, best practices and strategize accessibility for students at Clemson University. Representatives are sought from both graduate and undergraduate student populations. Interested students should contact for more information.

Student Accessibility Services
Student Accessibility Services | Suite 239, Class of ’56 Academic Success Center Building, 836 McMillan Rd. Clemson, SC 29634