Along with the caring experts in Services for Students with Disabilities, students can reach out to a wide variety of student service centers and units across campus. Here is a listing of the ones we feel are most important for the students we serve to become aware of.
|Admissions (Information & Status)
111 Schofield Hall
|Campus Visit (Admissions office)||715-836-5415|
|Financial Aid Blugold Central - Old Library 1108||715-836-3000|
|Housing 112 Towers Hall - North||715-836-3674|
|Blugold Dining Davies Student Center 250||715-836-5261|
|Academic Skills Center Centennial Hall 2104||715-836-5844|
|Academic Testing Services (Placement Testing)||715-836-5522|
|Center for Communication Disorders||715-836-4186|
|Services for Students with Disabilities Centennial Hall 2106||715-836-5800|
Other agencies you may wish to contact prior to admission to a university
|ACT Test Administration
P.O. Box 168
Iowa City, IA 52243-0168
|(319) 337-1510 (Accommodations with Standard Time)
(319) 337-1851 (Extended Time Testing)
(319) 337-1332 (Unable to test at National Centers)
|Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
2917 International Lane, Suite 300
Madison, WI 53707-7852
(888) 877-5939 (TTY)
[was Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic]
(for taped textbooks)
20 Roszel Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
|Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library
813 W. Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Fax: (414) 286-3102
Federally funded national center in the U.S. for college and graduate students with any type of disability, chronic health condition, or mental or emotional illness.
National organization for and by college students with disabilities.
As a nationally recognized nonprofit, LDAA works to ensure anyone with a learning disability feels empowered and able to participate fully in their communities.
Nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Visit the Wisconsin chapter.
The nation’s premier civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the U.S.
An integral part of the National Federation of the Blind, working to promote the equality of the blind. They serve as a source of information, forum for networking, and vehicle for collective action for blind students.