The means for providing equal access is inherently individualized and may include one or some combination of the following accommodations:

Accessible On-Campus Housing

Students should contact the Director of Disability Services (715-232-2995) and Residence Life (715-232-1121) to request room modifications or a single room.

Alternative Testing

Accommodations may include extended time, a scribe, audio tests, word processing, distraction-reduced environment or as dictated by need.


Textbooks may be provided via audio, cd or e-text. This process takes several weeks, so early identification is a must.

Disability Parking Permit

Students with a permanent or temporary disability may purchase a parking permit that is valid for accessible parking near campus buildings.
A student should begin by contacting our office, Disabiltiy Services, located in 206 Bowman Hall (715-232-2995).  Our office coordinates the authorization for disabled parking.
After a student receives authorization from Disability Services, he/she may contact Parking Services located in 110 University Services Building (715-232-1792) to purchase a disabled parking permit.
An online parking request form is available.

Interpreting Services

Note Taking Assistance

Peer Notetakers are hired to provide a copy of classroom notes on NCR paper or via e-mail to a classmate. Disability Services works in conjunction with instructors to provide access to course information.

Scheduling Assistance / Priority Registration

Students may be eligible for scheduling assistance and priority registration to insure that they attain equal access in the learning environment.

Additional Support Services Provided thru Campus Resources
    (click the Webpage links below for additional information)

    ASPIRE Program

    Advisement Center

    Counseling Center

    Student Health Services

Contact Information

Disability Services

206 Bowman Hall

Mon-Fri 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Phone: 715-232-2995

Fax: 715-232-2996