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Welcome First-Year Class of 2022!

Congratulations on your decision to join our campus community!  Georgia Tech is a nationally ranked, academically challenging, and socially diverse Institute where numerous possibilities await you. We are excited to welcome you to Georgia Tech; the Office of Disability Services is here to provide resources to insure a smooth transition to Tech. Let us answer a few questions for you.

  1. How can I request accommodations? When can I request accommodations? When do I register for classes?
    You can request accommodations through our public New Student Accommodation Request Form. We will begin reviewing new student requests June 22; we recommend students attend FASET and register for their courses prior to their initial intake appointment. In the meantime, please review the documentation guidelines of your disability diagnosis information; when you submit your Accommodations Request, you will need to upload your documentation, so please make sure it meets the University System of Georgia's guidelines.

    You will register for classes during FASET. You can learn more about FASET here. And yes, we will have plenty of time between you registering for classes and classes starting to establish and implement your accommodations.

  2. What about Housing Accommodations?
    When you complete your Housing Application, you will indicate you need housing accommodations. Please be as specific and detailed as possible! Think through the daily steps you take now - what about your current living experience is ameliorating the limitations of your disability? Please include this information on your Housing Application.

Please send some time navigating our website as we try to make available information and resources you may need. If our website cannot answer your questions, please email us at dsinfo@gatech.edu 

Get Connected

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.