Students New to OSAS

For students who are new to their connection to OSAS, this is a great place to start. Get to know the key steps for beginning your relationship with our office, including how to seek accommodations and services, the University’s documentation guidelines, and some general keys to success.

Current OSAS Students

For students who have established their relationship with OSAS, this section of the website helps deepen your connection, and further your knowledge. It provides guidance on implementing accommodations, the role of your OSAS Specialist, and information on our student organizations.

Faculty

For all faculty and instructors, as well as academic staff, this section is a key resource for OSAS information. You’ll find guidance on Roles, Rights & Responsibilities, guidance from your peers, information on accommodations and services, helpful How To’s, and support resources for your work with students with disabilities. Welcome!

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OSAS Spotlight

Mental Health Awareness Month 2021

DSP highlights the month of May by focusing on the healing value of connecting in safe ways, prioritizing our mental health, and acknowledging that it's okay not to be okay. Mental Health Awareness Month started in 1949 by Mental Health America (MHA).

This year's theme is continuing on from 2020, #Tools2Thrive. For additional information and resources, please check out MHA's website: https://mhanational.org/mental-health-month