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Students currently registered with the Office of Disability Resources can view instructions on using the DR Student Portal. Instructors can view instructions on using the DR Instructor Portal to access a list of students with accommodations in their courses and complete Testing Agreements.

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Request Academic Accommodations*
Request Residential Accommodations*

Enrolled students are encouraged to register with our office to disclose a disability. If you are requesting both academic accommodations and residential accommodations, please complete both forms.

*Don't have your UR login yet? Contact our office and we'll get you started.

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Student Resources

The Learning Center

Formerly a part of CETL, The Learning Center (TLC) is an excellent resource for students!

  • Tutoring—Peer tutoring for undergraduate students in a wide selection of courses.
  • Study Groups—A weekly opportunity to study collaboratively with classmates under the guidance of an upper-level student leader.
  • Academic Coaching—One-on-one coaching to improve academic performance and efficiency.
  • Study Zone—A quiet, low-distraction place to work.

Contact TLC
1-154 Dewey Hall
(585) 275-9049

Visit the TLC Website


2024 Testing Note

The Office of Disability Resources will NOT proctor exams on the following days and times:

  • April 8, noon-5 p.m. (total solar eclipse)—Morning exams will still be proctored, so long as they end by noon.
  • May 1-4, any time (Reading Days)—No exams will be proctored on these days, including make-ups.

Faculty/Staff Accessibility Ambassador Project

The Office of Disability Resources will be launching this new project during the 2023-24 academic year. Our goal is to provide training to faculty and staff that will enable them to serve as ambassadors and resources on issues related to disability, accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning. Visit our training and outreach page for more information.

Register for the waiting list

Need help or more information about disability resources? Contact us.