The OSSD has Exam Proctoring positions for WCU student workers! If you have availability between 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and would like to work up to 20 hours per week ($11/hour) please see the job posting and apply via Handshake.
Students who have completed Steps 1 & 2 of the OSSD Disclosure Process will be contacted by the OSSD to schedule an initial meeting. Students who currently have accommodations with the OSSD and want to meet with the OSSD Director or Accommodations Coordinator should call our office at 610.436.2517 to schedule a meeting. Appointments are available during office hours either on campus (one-on-one only) or remotely via Zoom or phone.
We are currently updating our schedule for OSSD Information Sessions and will soon be posting dates and times for both on-campus and virtual sessions. In the meantime, please feel free to browse our website for lots of information!
Step 1: COMPLETE THE OSSD ONLINE STUDENT DISCLOSURE FORM if you are a current WCU student (or have committed to attending WCU) and have a diagnosed disability. If you have not been previously diagnosed with a disability, please refer to the OSSD Documentation Guidelines . Once you submit the online Student Disclosure Form you will receive an email that includes information about the type of documentation required; all documentation must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (scanned and submitted as a pdf or Word format; pictures/photos of documentation cannot be accepted).
Step 2: SUBMIT APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTATION VIA EMAIL (pdf or Word format; pictures of documentation cannot be accepted) to OSSD@WCUPA.EDU. Documentation will be reviewed and students will be notified if additional documentation is needed and/or if the documentation is approved. The OSSD does not accept third-party documentation; students must submit documentation as an attachment to their WCU email account.
Step 3: ATTEND AN INITIAL MEETING: following approval of submitted documentation, the OSSD will contact you to schedule a one-on-one initial meeting which will last for approximately 20-30 minutes and can be scheduled via Zoom or in-person (when appropriate staff are on campus).
- Campus Accessibility Map
- The OSSD is committed to ensuring that all students and visitors are provided accessibility to our office. If, due to a disability, you require accommodation to access our office, please contact us at email@example.com and let us know how we may be of assistance.
- Accessible Shuttle Bus Transportation Services - students must be registered with the OSSD
- Alternate Text Request
If eligible, we may process requests for alternate versions of textbooks for students with disabilities through our online request form.
- ADA Furniture Request Form
- Closed Captioning - for information, please refer to the Accessible Software Applications dropdown link on the Information Technology Accessibility webpage.
Traffic and parking are unpredictable for students, staff, faculty and visitors. It is advisable to allow extra time (up to 30 minutes) when you have a meeting scheduled in our office. Do not park illegally; we cannot reimburse for parking violations. For an overview of our location, view our campus map .
Please refer to the WCU Parking Services webpage for up to date information.
The OSSD Mindfulness Program was implemented in 2017. The mindfulness team works with students to incorporate healthy, mindful habits in their everyday lives through contemplative practice. The Mindfulness Program is free of charge and is open for all OSSD-registered students. There is no prior knowledge of mindfulness needed in order to participate! During remote learning, mindfulness sessions are available remotely via Zoom!
If you would like more information about the OSSD Mindfulness Program, you may contact ossdGA@wcupa.edu.
For information about WCU's Animals on Campus Policy click here .
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Coming Soon: Disability and Access Research at WCU
How Can We Help You? Answers To Your FAQs
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