The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) provides DePaul University’s accommodations and services to students with disabilities aligned with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Student success is at the core of the Center’s mission and fits integrally with DePaul University as a diverse learning community.
Students are encouraged to enroll with CSD to receive accommodations and additional support services. Some accommodations may include extended time on exams, assistance with note-taking, adaptive equipment, real-time captioning, classroom accommodations, and assistive technologies amongst other support services.
Enrollment procedures require appropriate documentation of student’s disability and other identified information as well as a personal meeting with CSD staff. Students are required to complete course requirements in the regular DePaul curriculum; no special courses for student with disabilities are offered, nor modification of required curriculum. CSD students are enrolled in University-wide Colleges and Schools and may be full-time, part-time, undergraduate, or graduate level students.
CSD has two full-service office locations:
Lincoln Park Campus, Student Center 370, 773/325-1677
Loop Campus, Lewis Center 1420, 312/362-8002