Welcome to the Department of Disability Resources (DR). As a TAMU faculty member you play a very important role in promoting access for students with disabilities. Students affiliated with DR are encouraged to collaborate with their instructors to ensure that they have the accommodations they need to provide them with equal access to their education.
During the fall and spring semesters, DR serves over 2500 students with various disabilities including, but not limited to, students with learning disabilities, visual impairments, hearing impairments, physical impairments, mental health disabilities, and other health related impairments. Accommodations provided to students are determined on an individual basis.
The information on the DR website is intended to provide faculty with more in-depth information concerning working with DR and with students with disabilities. DR staff members are also available to faculty and staff for consultation and presentations on disability related topics. For questions regarding a specific student’s accommodations, please contact the Access Coordinator listed on the student’s accommodations letter.
Topics Covered by the Faculty Guide
- Classroom Accommodations
- Testing Center
- Assistive Technology Services
- Resources for Interacting with Students in Distress
- Teaching & Interacting with Students with Disabilities
- Universal Design for Learning
- University Resources for Training
Common Forms Used by Instructors