Student Accessibility Services
Welcome! We are Student Accessibility Services.
Fall 2021 Note
Our office is extremely busy every year at the start of the Fall semester as we assist a large number of incoming students with accommodations. Issues related to COVID 19 have significantly increased the number of requests and students we are working with this year. We appreciate your patience as we schedule our accommodation meetings with students. We can work with you and your faculty member if your accommodation profile is not approved by the beginning of classes. Just let us know if you need more immediate assistance. As the semester proceeds, if you have difficulties with the implementation of your approved accommodations, please contact us. We will continue to engage in the interactive process with our students throughout the semester if needed.
We are available to assist you:
- Call the office during business hours at 864-656-6848
- Email our office at email@example.com
- Come by our office in the Academic Success Center Suite 239
Aligned with Clemson University’s commitment to diversity, we envision a welcoming campus that is readily usable and accessible by students with varied characteristics, strengths, and challenges. To that end, we strive to provide access that is proactive, sustainable, equitable, and inclusive to the widest population possible.
We work with students, faculty and staff to ensure that all students at Clemson have equivalent access to campus curricula, facilities, services, and resources through universal design, accommodations, and creative solutions.
Clemson University is committed to providing educational opportunities for all students and assisting them in making their college experience fully accessible and positive. In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended in 2008, Clemson recognizes a student with a disability as anyone who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity. SAS coordinates the provision of reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and students experiencing barriers due to inaccessibility. All reasonable accommodations are individualized, flexible and confidential based on the nature of the disability