Georgia Regents University believes academically qualified individuals with disabilities should have equal opportunity and access to a quality education. We are actively involved in fostering an environment that encourages full participation by students with disabilities in every segment of the University.
The Office of Disability Services was established to help ensure an accessible and positive college experience for students with disabilities. Our Office provides a variety of services and accommodations to meet the needs of disability related concerns in accordance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and Board of Regents' policies. Accommodations for students with disabilities are made on an Individual basis.
Testing and Disability Services diligently works to assess their staff, facilities, and practices to maintain an optimum environment for our students and customers. The following presents some data about the TDS office. We exclude some important data to maintain confidentiality of our students, therefore this list is not exhaustive of our efforts.
Test Participant Summaries
- Compass Participant Satisfaction Survey 2005-2006
- Total Testing (non-disability) 2006
- Total testing (non-disability) 2007
- Children’s Hospital of Georgia will provide free asthma screenings and education from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Kroc Center.
- Children’s Hospital of Georgia patient Emma Rhae Taylor has been named the 2013 Georgia Champion by the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
- Georgia Regents University and Health System contributed more than $400,000 to local community organizations, events, and fundraisers.