Disability Services Homepage
Welcome to Disability Services at Concordia University St-Paul!
The Disability Services office serves students with verified disabilities, provides academic and organizational support, coordinates approved reasonable accommodations, and provides screening for some disabilities. We also serve as a resource for faculty, staff and students in determining how to provide equitable access while retaining essential elements of our academic courses and programs. We strive to work cooperatively with students and faculty both on and off campus to prepare students for "thoughtful and informed living". We value the diversity of our student population.
Students who are served in our office may have the following disabilities: physical disabilities, mobility impairments, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, blind/low vision, learning disabilities, attention deficits, brain injuries, psychiatric disorders, chronic or acute medical conditions, cognitive disorders. This is determined by documentation, interview with the student and parameters set forth by national and state guidelines.
Please take the time to review the information on our website and contact us with any questions or concerns!
Select from the following groups to learn more:Traditional Students Students in Cohort, School of Continuing Studies, and Distance Education Programs