Disability Resources (DR) is open year-round in Academic Support Programs, located on the ground level of the Stevenson Union, below the bookstore.
We provide accessibility for students, ensuring an equitable playing field for all of SOU's programs, courses, and other learning environments.
DR also serves as a resource to faculty and staff in assuring this access for students.
Disability Resources is open 5 days a week Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm during our regular terms (Fall, Winter, and Spring). We are holding in person, virtual, or phone meetings. Our testing center is also open and exams must be pre-scheduled via AIM for students eligible for testing accommodations.
For returning students who are already registered with DR, please reach out to us at email@example.com for scheduling.
Need to Meet with Us?
To schedule an appointment, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with the most appropriate staff. We will still conduct initial intake appointments. To start your intake process please fillout an AIMS application, and our staff will reach out after completion.
We are committed to serving you and keeping you safe. We will continue to consult with university and CDC guidelines to inform our decisions regarding office hours and meetings.
*For SOU updates on COVID-19 campus guidelines and policies, please visit our Campus Notifications Page.
Do you have Access or Accessibility Concerns?
The transition to online and remote instruction for classes can be overwhelming, and daunting. At Disability Resources it is a priority for us to help ensure your access to your courses and materials is equitable, and follows ADA guidelines.
If you feel that your course is inaccessible in any way, please send us an email at email@example.com with the subject line “Student Accessibility Concern.” We will then open a conversation with you on the course, and what materials or aspects of the course may be inaccessible.
After this conversation we will figure out the best course of action, either through providing further online tools, or outreach with the instructor.
We are here to engage our campus in a dialogue of the importance of accessibility for inclusion and develop an approachable process for accessible design.
Academic Support Programs
1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone, Email, and Fax Telephone: (541)552-6213 (option 2)
Assistant Director of Disability Resources
Eric Crook, NIC
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Coordinator
Accessible Formats & Assistive Technology Coordinator
Peer Engagement Coordinator