At the University of California, Irvine, providing equal opportunities for students with disabilities is a campus-wide responsibility and commitment. Disabilities include, but are not limited to, orthopedic, visual, hearing, learning, chronic health and psychological disabilities. UCI demonstrates its core values of individual growth and development and civility and diversity by recognizing students with disabilities as an important part of its student body.
Our mission is to empower students to reach their potential in every aspect of their lives by moving beyond success to significance through education, service, and support.
*If your ability to get to class has been hindered from an injury and/or surgery, please contact the office at 949-824-7494 immediately after submitting the online registration form to schedule an appointment*
TEST ANXIETY - Text Anxiety in and of itself may not qualify as a disability under Federal Law. Please see the Mental Health Verification form.
Tips for dealing with test anxiety can be found here: http://www.studygs.net/tstprp8.htm
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL - The Disability Services Center does not accept letters from the numerous online companies who (in exchange for a fee) purport to offer verification or certification of the need for an emotional support animal. To warrant approval of a request for an emotional support animal, a student should be prepared to submit appropriate medical documentation describing the functional limitations caused by the disability and the manner in which the support animal ameliorates these limitations.
Orientation Videos - New to UC Irvine or DSC, disAbility Services? Be sure to watch our orientation video series.
- SUBMIT EXAM INFORMATION
- DSC Faculty Handbook
- Faculty/TA Teaching Tips
- Universal Design in UCI Instruction: 5 Tips on How to Make Your Materials Accessible
- Interactive Campus Map
- Accessible Map (zoom functions may be used to easily locate access paths)
- Web Accessibility