Student Disability Services




Contact Us

Main Campus
Rocket Hall 1820

Mail Stop 342
2801 W. Bancroft St.

Toledo, OH 43606-3390
Phone: 419.530.4981

VP:   419.386.2189

TTY: 419.530.2612

Fax: 419.530.6137

Current Students

Students, professors, and Student Disability Services all have important roles to play in ensuring that appropriate accommodations are provided to eligible students. 

Students that have completed an intake can help ensure appropriate accommodations are in place each semester by:

  • registering for classes during the priority registration period;
  • requesting accommodations for the upcoming semester/ block/ clinicals/ etc.  in SAM as soon as possible after registering;
  • adjusting your accommodation request in SAM if you add/ drop or withdraw from a class;
  • if you take tests at Student Disability Services, meet with each faculty member to discuss accommodations, the testing process and fill out a testing contract (in SAM) together;
  • assisting Student Disability Services in identifying textbook information if requested;
  • notifying your Accessibility Specialist immediately of any concerns regarding your academic accommodations; and
  • adjusting your request for accommodations in SAM if, after attending class, you feel that a previously requested accommodation is no longer needed or you wish to request an additional accommodation.
Student Handbook

In the handbook you will find the following information:

SECTION 1: Students Rights and Responsibilities
SECTION 2: Admission to UT and Registering with SDS
SECTION 3: Documentation Guidelines
SECTION 4: Temporary Assistance
SECTION 5: Accommodations and Processes
SECTION 6: Other Services
SECTION 7: Accessing Accommodation via SAM
SECTION 8: Veterans
SECTION 9: Complaints
SECTION 10: Additional Helpful Information
SECTION 11: Campus Resources
SECTION 12: Community Resources

Resource Links

Test Taking Strategies

Code of Conduct


ETS: Educational Testing Service

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Last Updated: 4/17/15