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Boise State Disability Resource Center aids students with disabilities

The Boise State Disability Resource Center (DRC) is responsible for ensuring that Boise State University maintains an educationally and physically open environment for students with disabilities. The center helps the university achieve its goal of embracing diversity by providing access and facilitating independence. Staff works directly with faculty members to arrange reasonable accommodations.

If you’re a student who qualifies for accommodations, you can request interpretive services, ADA accessible classroom seating, alternative text formatting, test accommodations, and other assistance to help fulfill your academic requirements.

Director Wendy Turner encourages students who need accommodations “to come in early to help get the semester started off on the right track.”

For general information about the DRC, visit If you are a new student who needs accommodations, click on the “Getting Started” tab to complete the “Request for Services” form and learn more about the accommodation process.

The DRC shares space with Veteran Services in the office suites in the Lincoln Parking Garage on the corner of University and Lincoln. Call (208) 426-1583. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.