The Eastern Michigan University (EMU) Disability Resource Center (DRC) views disabilities as an integral part of the rich diversity of our campus community and society. We work collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to create an accessible, sustainable, and inclusive educational environment for all students. The DRC acknowledges that classroom and campus accessibility needs and considerations are expanding as more classes and campus experiences incorporate online and technological components. The DRC staff is dedicated to providing access to students, faculty and staff with resources to educate and create an equitable campus experience for the EMU community.
Start the DRC Accommodation Process
Read the press release about the passing of Judy Heumann, "Mother of the Disability Rights Movement."
Go the Internship and Job Opportunities DRC webpage to find out the latest information from Upbound Staffing! Upbound Staffing is an organization that helps job seekers with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Go to our Forms and Resources page for study tips and test preparation tips!
New scholarship opportunities available and time sensitive! Find out more about scholarship opportunities on the DRC's Scholarship Resource Page.
Find out information about Handicap Permit Parking and additional parking resources available on our website. Additional information about ADA accessible parking.
Interested in finding out more about academic support programs and student services at EMU? Check out the Academic Support Programs webpage!
EMU Telemental Health Services
If you're a student looking for weekly mental health supports, email Hannah Callison of the EMU Counseling Training Clinic at [email protected] to discuss remote counseling options.
EMU Telehealth Services
If you're a student looking for telehealth services please email [email protected] to find out more information. You can also visit the University Health Services website for more information.