Welcome to the Disability and Assistive Technology Center
The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is committed to providing students with disabilities the academic accommodations and auxiliary aids necessary to ensure access to all university services, programs and activities. In addition to the university's campus wide efforts to promote access and inclusion, students with disabilities are further accommodated based on specific individual needs. The Disability and Assistive Technology Center (DATC) is responsible for determining these accommodations. We provide services and assistance to enrolled students who are either permanently or temporarily disabled.
The registration process is a complex and lengthy one (2-3 weeks). Start the process now by contacting Disability Services at 715-346-3365 or emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org and/or by completeing the
Request for Services.pdf
Before continuing, it is vital that you first read the
message for new students. The content applies to ALL college students with disabilities.
UWSP has many services for students offered by various offices. Although decisions regarding disability specific accommodations are made on a case by case basis, view the Accommodations page on this website for information on services most often provided, in general, for each type of disability.
Our office is part of the University College.
Welcome to UWSP’s Assistive Technology Program. The Assistive Technology Lab is located in 604 of Albertson Hall, adjacent to the main DAT Center office.
Assistive Technology offers text-to-voice services using some of the state-of-the-art technology in alternative/electronic texts and reading systems such as Premier Literacy Suite. The program also has voice-to-text services available using Dragon Naturally speaking for writing papers. To use Assistive Technology services, you need to have a documented disability and be qualified through our Disability and Assistive Technology Center. For information, contact:
Marge Strong, Assistive Technology Coordinator
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Open by appointment during winterim and summer sessions
Appointments can be arranged either through direct contact (above) or through the Disability and Assistive Technology Center at 715 346-3365. For more information, check out the Assistive Technology website.
The Disability and Assistive Technology Center (DATC) at University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is committed to equality of educational opportunity for all students. DATC is the designated office at UWSP that maintains disability-related documentation, determines eligibility for services and reasonable accommodations, and works in conjunction with faculty, staff and other professional personnel to develop plans for the provision of accommodations for students.
This commitment is consistent with legal requirements, including Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended (ADAAA) of 2008, and embodies the University’s determination to ensure the inclusion of all members of the community.