The Claremont University Consortium and Claremont Graduate University are committed to providing equal access to academic programs. The Claremont University Consortium's Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) serves as a centralized resource center for support for students with disabilities across The Claremont Colleges. The SDRC works closely with the Disability Coordinators on all the campuses to ensure that students receive academic support services and accommodations to empower them to achieve their academic goals while also ensuring equitable treatment and access to all programs and activities across all campuses.
Claremont Graduate University offers auxiliary aids and services to students with verifiable disabilities, in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. To ensure that individual needs are addressed, students are encouraged to set up an appointment to discuss accommodation needs.
REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR CGU DISABILITY SERVICES
If you are seeking accommodations as a student with a disability for the first time or suspect that you have a disability, please schedule a one-hour appointment with CGU's Disability Services Coordinator.
If you have documentation from your doctor/therapist indicating the diagnosis and any recommendations for accommodations, please bring it to the meeting. During the meeting you will be asked to fill out a few forms. Then you and the Disability Services Coordinator will review the documents to develop an accommodation(s) letter.
All continuing students requiring accommodations under an existing registration with the Office of Disability Services at CGU must be reevaluated each semester. Please schedule an appointment with CGU's Disability Services Coordinator. If you have any updated documentation from your doctor/therapist, please bring it to the meeting.