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Disability Resource Center


702-895-0866

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is the officially designated office for supporting students with disabilities at UNLV. Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the DRC about support, accommodations, and services available at UNLV.  To access services through the office, students must apply to the DRC and provide current documentation of disability for review. Applying for services can be done on-line at drc.unlv.edu/prospective.html.

The DRC collaborates with students, faculty and the university community to facilitate the creation of accessible environments that support student learning and success. The DRC strives to empower students by providing services that are designed to foster student independence, self-determination, and disability pride.

The DRC offers a wide range of supportive services (not special education resources) so that eligible students with disabilities can access and participate in university programs and courses. Services are provided on a case-by-case basis and may include such supports as note-taking services, testing accommodations, alternative media, assistive technologies, sign language interpreting or speech-to-text services, various other resources and referrals, faculty and staff consultation and workshops and presentations of various topics of interest to students with disabilities.

Questions about services or disability related issues should be directed to the DRC by phone at 702-895-0866, or by e-mail at drc@unlv.edu. The center is located on campus in the Reynolds Student Services Complex, Building A in Room 143.