The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides accessibility, accommodation, and assistive technology services to students with disabilities, working individually with qualified students to identify, design, and implement an accommodation plan. The plan helps students acquire equal access to their education that focuses on abilities, not disabilities.
The DRC serves current and future UW-Stevens Point students who have documented disabilities and need to arrange accommodations. Some examples include:
In 2022, the DRC adopted its current name, but Pointer graduates and returning students may remember us as the Disability and Assistive Technology Center (DATC) or Disability Services.
Our primary mission is the facilitation of academic accommodations and the establishment of auxiliary services and supports to ensure equitable access in the classroom, laboratory, studio, and other instructional settings. The DRC is committed to an accessible and inclusive learning environment.
Our vision is to serve as a source of knowledge to the entire campus community regarding access and equity for students with disabilities. The DRC provides information and consultation to students, faculty/staff, and other stakeholders to advance equity, both in and outside of the classroom. This effort is grounded in the university’s legal and policy commitments, specifically: