Accommodations & Services
Resources for Current Students
Disability Resources provides information, accommodations, and services to students with disabilities. Disability Resources records are confidential and kept separate from other University records.
Currently registered UMD students: Appointments with a disability specialist can be made in person in KSC 258 or by calling Mary Kaye at 218-726-6130. You will be asked to fill out a Request for Accommodation form and provide documentation of your disability.
Accommodations and Services
Most frequently used accommodations:
Technology for Reading and Writing
Technology to assist students with reading and writing tasks is located in Library Rooms 122, 124, and 126. Specific hardware and software programs are listed on the door of each room. Some programs are available on USB devices for checkout from the Library.
Temporary Health Conditions
Courtesy services may be available for students with temporary health conditions such as broken bones, recovery from surgery, or a complicated pregnancy.
The student organization Access For All (AFA) is a group of students with and without disabilities who promote disability awareness and access on the UMD campus.
The application period begins in February. Study Abroad scholarships are also available for students with disabilities at University of Minnesota campuses. Awards are made at the Recognition Reception at the end of Spring Semester.
The Tutoring Center offers free, walk-in tutoring to all UMD students. Appointments are not necessary and students do not need to sign in.
Supportive Services Program
The Supportive Services Program offers classes devoted to easing transition to Unverisity academics.
UMD's Health Services provides personal counseling as well as medical care.
Career Services provides help deciding on a major, exploring careers, writing resumes, and other important aspects of planning your career.
For more information, contact: