Disability Services and Information
Who We Are
Our purpose is to provide access to all college programs, services, activities and facilities for students with disabilities. This includes encouraging self-advocacy for students and connecting them with resources and support services across campus to help them achieve their personal best.
Registration for Spring 2020
Priority registration for Spring 2020 begins on Monday, October 28 at 8:00am. Students need to schedule an appointment with their academic advisor prior to registering. Students will obtain their new advising pin from their advisor. Please visit the Office of the Registrar for more information on registration.
Are you an incoming Freshman?
The Sophomore Surge is a program at MSU where incoming students will be guided and supported throughout their first year of college. The Sophomore Surge will connect first-year students with a Peer Mentor and with faculty and advising professionals at MSU who are committed to student success. Students participate in the Surge through enrollment in CLS 101US, US 101US or BGEN 104US. Learn more about Sophomore Surge.
New Mental Health Screening Resource
The Counseling and Psychological Services department is providing a free mental health screening resource. This self-assessment does not replace professional help, but may help you identify if you are at risk of developing a disorder. Visit the assessment here.
Looking for more information relating to Disability Services at a college or university? The Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has a page dedicated to the rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities attending post-secondary schools. View their page here.
For more information regarding the differences between receiving accommodations in high school and in college, see this information page.
Temporary ADA Parking Spots Have Been Identified and Permanent ADA Parking Spots Have Been Created
- 4 ADA Parking Spaces have been added to lot #14 (Wolf), next to the Marga Hosaeus Fitness Center
- 5 Temporary ADA Parking Spaces in lot #27 (Bison), next to Yellowstone Hall will be available starting September 19
- Permanent ADA Parking Spaces have been added to the lot next to the North Gym. These spaces will be available when that section of Grant St. reopens
- Grant Street will be closed between the Visual Communications Building service drive and the west end of the SUB loop
- The sidewalk on the north side of Grant Street past Romney will be closed
- A temporary sidewalk will be constructed leading around the north side of the building
- The VCB service drive entrance, the entrance to the North Fieldhouse parking lot and the SUB loop will remain accessible from Grant St.
Office of International Programs Remodel - October 21, 2019 until January 10, 2020
- There will be an impact to the Strand Union Building room 183
- There will be an impact to the east side parking lot next to Swingle Health
- From time to time this project will generate disruptive construction noise
Disability Services Staff
Mike McNeil, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Mulhill, Accessibility Specialist, email@example.com
Nancy Albertson, Accessibility Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
For General Inquiries or to reach any of our Student Associates, please email: