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The Office of Disability Services is committed to providing guidance and resources for students with disabilities during this time. If you have a question about your accommodations or other accessibility matters, the office will be operating normal business hours in primarily a virtual format, however we will also have daily staff presence in our office from 8-5.

Appointments are available via phone or teleconference. To schedule an appointment, please contact the office at dsinfo@gatech.edu or via phone at 404-894-2563 and you will be contacted by a staff member. Appointments are available in person but we prefer to meet students by phone or through virtual meetings (e.g., Bluejeans, MS Teams).

For those who take exams through Disability Services, your professors are in many cases making arrangements for all students to take exams through CANVAS or other virtual means. If you have questions about how your accommodations will be implemented in these formats, please contact the main office or the Disability Services Testing Center at dstesting@gatech.edu. Test proctoring will still be provided through ODS Testing Center for those exams that will be face-to-face, but students must schedule at least 3 business days in advance to assure that we have appropriate rooms available to effectively social distance.

Faculty/Instructors - guidance about providing accommodations for students with disabilities in the online environment can be found at the following links:

Neilsen Foundation Scholarship

neilsen foundation logo - imageGeorgia Tech has been selected by the Neilsen Foundation to provide significant scholarships for undergraduate OR graduate students with spinal cord injuries. The scholarship provides 100% tuition paid for in-state students and 125% of in-state tuition cost for out-of-state students.



How to Request your Accommodation Letter(s):


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  • Request and print accommodation letters for faculty (Faculty Notification Letters)
  • Schedule and update exam appointments
  • Receive important updates from the Office of Disability Services
  • Faculty: view students with accommodations in your courses and upload exams

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Getting Registered

students on campus

Connecting with the Office of Disability Services to discuss educational barriers and reasonable accommodations is a simple process.



faculty teaching

When the design of academic and campus experiences present barriers, accommodations may be necessary. Here you will find information on accommodations to increase access on campus.

Testing Center

students on campus

The Disability Services Testing Center is a proctoring resource for faculty and students connected with Disability Services.