Disability Services



   Cheryl Worley
   Manager, Disability Services
   and At-Risk Programs

   University West 132B
   (located in the Counseling Center)
   Phone: (361) 570-4287
   toll free: (877) 970-4848, ext. 4287
   Fax: (361) 580-5504

Students


As a student at the University of Houston-Victoria, your role is to actively participate in your academic and personal learning. Students with disabilities are one of the many groups that make up our diverse campus community.

The Office of Disability Services is ready to assist you in the transition to university life as you develop independence and self-advocacy, as well as create your network of resources. We will work with students with disabilities to ensure that you receive reasonable accommodations and services that will allow you to fully participate in the academic environment.

We hope that the information on our website will help you through the process of registering with our office for services. A number of resources have been included to provide information and assist you as you

We will be here for you from your first day on campus through to graduation. We hope that Disability Services will have played a memorable role in your experience at UHV.

How to Register with Disability Services

Forms:

Application/Request for Services

Request for Accommodation Forms

Authorization to Discuss Confidential Student Information

Authorization to Release/Request Confidential Student Information

Disability Documentation Form

General Guidelines for Documentation

Differences Between High School & College

Office of Civil Rights articles:

Auxiliary Aids and Services for Postsecondary Students with Disabilities: Higher Education’s Obligations Under 504 and Title II of the ADA

Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

Dear Parent Letter – Office of the Assistant Secretary – March 16, 2007

The Civil Rights of Students with Hidden Disabilities Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Transition of Students with Disabilities to Postsecondary Education: A Guide for High School Educators

Questions and Answers on Disability Discrimination under Section 504 and Title II

Appeals Process for Students

Campus Resources for Students

Colorado State University ACCESS to Postsecondary Education:

ACCESS to Postsecondary Education – Colorado State University

Student Self-Advocacy – Handbook for College Students with Disabilities

University of Washington DO-IT:

AccessCollege: Postsecondary Education and Students with Disabilities University of Washington DO-IT

The Student Lounge

FAQs