Office of Counseling
& Disability Services
Office of Disability Services
SSU's Disability Services staff is committed to working with students with disabilities to assess their needs and to assist with academic accommodations that may be necessary and appropriate due to their disability. We are committed to assisting each student reach his/her maximum potential through the pursuit of educational goals. The primary goal is to assure equal access to all aspects of the college experience for students with disabilities through reasonable accommodation.
The Office of Disability Services assists in the coordination of appropriate services, based on the student's individual documented needs. We also seek to enhance understanding of disabilities and provide support within the campus community. Our office motto is HELP is not a BAD 4 letter word. All students need to realize that the intake process, documentation review, and arrangements take time. Please apply for services well in advance. It is best to call and schedule an intake appointment with Mrs. Amelia Castilian-Moore as soon as you are accepted for admission to SSU.
Our office also works closely with Human Resources to assist SSU employees with disabilities to arrange accommodations that enable them to meet the essential functions of their jobs.
We Want To Hear From You!
In order to provide you with the best service possible, we would like to hear your thoughts and concerns. Please respond honestly; your opinions and ideas are greatly appreciated and will be used to ensure our services meet your needs. Click on the link below to complete the survey.
You have two options for submitting the survey, you can complete the survey as a word document and email it to Mrs. Jacqueline Awe at email@example.com or you can print the survey and take it to King Frazier Student Center room 233. Thank you very much for your cooperation.
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To ensure equal access for students with disabilities to curricular and co-curricular opportunities offered by the university, ensure equal access for employees with disabilities to meet essential functions of their jobs, provide guidance on compliance issues, and enhance disability understanding and support within the campus community.
To facilitate institutional goals by coordinating reasonable program modifications, advocating for an accessible and hospitable learning environment, consulting with the campus and community agencies, disseminating information to faculty, staff and administration and endorsing self determination by students with disabilities.
After completion of a semester, students registered to receive accommodations will be able to:
- Identify their specific disability and the functional limitations resulting from the disability.Describe their responsibilities and the procedures with the Office of Disability Services regarding their Accommodation Letters and other office procedures.
- Describe other resources available to help them on and off campus.
How to Contact or Find Us
The Office of Counseling and Disability Services is part of Student Development, which is part of the Division of Student Affairs. We are located in the King Frazier Student Center on the second floor, suite 233. This building is located on the circle across from Hill Hall. Use the entrance at the end of the building by the bookstore and post office. Walk to the end of the hall. An elevator is available to your left next to the Office of Auxiliary Services. When you get off the elevator, you can see our office to your left.The front office phone number is (912) 358-3129. Coordinator Amelia Castilian-Moore can be reached by phone at (912) 358-3115 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our fax number is (912) 358-3616 and that sends documents directly to Mrs. Castilian-Moore’s private office. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00AM- 5:00 PM.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Documentation Requirements
- Options for Assessment
- COMPASS Admissions Exams
- Regents’ Center for Learning Disorders
- Planning Ahead While You Are Still in High School
- Information for Parents
- Student Responsibilities
- Student Conduct
- Disability Housing on Campus
- Disability Parking and Transportation
- Information for Faculty About Accommodations for Students With Disabilities
- What SSU Employees Need to Know About Accommodations for Faculty and Staff
- Grievance Procedures
- Meet the Coordinator of Disability Services