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DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTERStudents with mobility, hearing, visual, functional (HIV/AIDS, psychological, environmental illness, etc.), and learning disabilities are encouraged to attend San Francisco State. Disability Resource Center (DRC) is available to promote and provide equal access to the classroom and to campus related activities. A full range of support services is provided in order that students may define and achieve personal autonomy at SFSU. The staff is sensitive to the diversity of disabilities, including those only recently recognized as disabilities requiring reasonable accommodation.
Confidential support services are available for all students with a verified temporary or permanent disability who are regularly enrolled or enrolled through the Extended Learning Program.
All students registered with DRC are eligible for disability management advising. This consists of helping students access services from DRC and the campus at large, manage DRC services and school in general, problem solve conflicts/concerns that are disability related with individuals, programs, and services on campus, and understand "reasonable accommodation" under the law.
DRC has established liaisons with campus offices frequently used by students with disabilities. DRC also provides information to interested faculty and departments on a variety of disability-related issues.
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