Student Disability Resources will provide remote services and hold all student appointments via Zoom.
Switching to alternate forms of instruction will require us to ensure academic accommodations are provided within the spirit of federal guidelines, all the while being as flexible and creative as we can in response to this unprecedented circumstance. Please note, the nature of any accommodations for in-person courses may vary in the online format.
Students with testing accommodations - please see the information listed on the Testing Center page.
Students already registered with the SDR office - please see the Current Students page.
Services for students with disabilities at Penn State Abington
At every Penn State location, there is a Student Disability Resources (SDR) office designated to provide reasonable accommodations and services to students with disabilities. Each office
- requests and maintains disability related documents
- certifies eligibility for services
- determines and develops plans for reasonable accommodations such as academic adjustments, auxiliary aids, and/or services
as mandated under the Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.