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Disability Resource Center (DRC)
Welcome to the DRC!
The College of Southern Nevada makes every effort to make its campuses fully accessible to students with disabilities. The College's Disability Resource Center offers accommodations to help students with documented disabilities with their academic pursuits. Our Disability Specialists will answer any questions or help solve any problems related to a documented disability. The office also offers adaptive equipment to those who qualify to ensure equal access to all CSN sponsored activities.
We offer accommodations on all campuses and learning centers!
To register with the CSN Disability Resource Center.
To receive services from the CSN Disability Resource Center, you must bring in proof of a documented disability as outlined in the CSN Disability Resource Center student handbook.
Once you have provided this documentation and are registered with the DRC, then you will fill out and turn in one of the following forms to request DRC services.
To get services from the CSN Disability Resource Center.
CSN Disabilities Resource Center (DRC) SERVICES REQUEST FORMS
CSN Disability Resource Center services include but are not limited to.
National Federation of the Blind 2013 Scholarship Program
Scholarship page at Disability.gov
Disability Scholarships at Scholarship.com
TO GET ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR HELP From the CSN Disability Resource Centers.
We have specialists and staff at each of our main campus locations to assist you
Partially funded through the Nevada Department of Education, Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act. The College of Southern Nevada is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, disability national origin, status with regard to public assistance, or status as a veteran of the Vietnam era, in the educational programs or activities which it operates. The College adheres to ADA/ADAA/504 guidelines, providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and also complies with Affirmative Action/EEO guidelines.