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.

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Emotional Support Animal Guidelines


New updates from Park EMU [PDF] regarding summer session parking and additional parking resources available on our website.

YO! Disabled Voices of Color Series Event with Day Al-Mohamed. Find out more about Day Al-Mohamed and how to register for this virtual event being held on Apr 28, 2022 03:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada). This is a free event! ASL and Captioning will be provided.

New scholarship opportunities available! Find out more about scholarship opportunities on the DRC's Scholarship Resource Page.

Interested in finding out more about academic support programs and student services at EMU? Check out the Academic Support Programs webpage!

Check out student supports made available through OT on Campus! [PDF] EMU’s Occupational Therapy on campus services will support you in creating routines and habits to improve your success in the classroom and beyond.

Find out about opportunities for Glean users to learn more about this tool by attending a Glean Student Classroom[PDF] session. Additional resources through the Glean website include: Glean Skills Portal, the Glean Grades Challenge Awards Show, or find out more about downloading the App Store or  Google Play.

Guidance from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Justice regarding "Long COVID." Find out how "Long COVID" can be a disability under ADA, Section 504, and Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act [PDF]

Psychology Department chatbot provides additional support for students. Read the full statement and find instructions.

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.

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