The Office of Disability Services for Students, located in the Kissinger Learning Center, provides individualized support for students diagnosed with Specific Learning Disabilities or for those with Other Disabilities who meet 504 Guidelines.
Anderson University offers learning support services for all students who qualify under the ADAAA/Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. To secure support services, students must notify the office of Disability Services for Students (DSS) of the disability, provide appropriate documentation of the disability, and request specific accommodations. DSS is located in the Kissinger Academic Center for Excellence in the Nicholson Library. Students who have questions should contact Teresa Coplin, director of DSS, at ext. 4223 on campus, (765) 641-4223 off campus, or by email [email protected]
In addition, support may be available for students with short-term issues, such as broken bones. These students may qualify for temporary assistance, such as a scribe for test taking or a short-term parking sticker for designated parking.
We do not provide evaluations through our office, but we can assist with information related to evaluations through outside agencies. Feel free to call our office if you currently qualify or think you might qualify for services and support.
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1100 E 5th St. Kissinger Learning Center
Anderson, Indiana 46012