DRC Registration Documentation
Register with the DRC
The College of Southern Nevada, CSN, is committed to providing equal access to its programs and services for students who experience disabilities. The Disability Resource Center (DRC) was established to support these goals and to provide assistance with college learning through provision of recommended academic adjustments, auxiliary services, and advocacy.
Students wishing support must register with the DRC and must provide recent and appropriate documentation. The documentation should provide an assessment of the current impact or functional limitations of the disability on academic performance. DRC professionals will determine student eligibility for services based on the presented information, and offer reasonable adjustments or accommodations that support college learning for each eligible student. So that services can be arranged and provided in a timely manner students are encouraged to begin the registration process as early as possible. This documentation MUST be from a licensed medical professional IN the field related to the disability.
Our goal is to provide students with effective accommodations based on law and current best practices and to promote individual growth and self-determination.
Click here for the DRC General Information Packet
Please use AIM to apply and submit documentation to the DRC.
6375 W. Charleston Blvd.
Building D, Rm 116
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone - (702) 651-5644
Fax - (702) 651-5760
N. Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone - (702) 651-4045
Fax - (702) 651-4179
Henderson, NV 89002
Building B, Student Services Area
Phone - (702) 651-3795
Fax - (702) 651-3004
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.