Office for Disability Services
CFAES Wooster Campus/Ohio State ATI
128 Skou Hall, 1328 Dover Road, Wooster, OH 44691
(330) 287-1247 (voice) | 614.500.4445 VP
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Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The Office for Disability Services, CFAES Wooster Campus/Ohio State ATI is committed to creating an accessible educational experience for students with disabilities. We partner with students, faculty, and staff to design accessible environments and to provide academic accommodations and support services. “Disability” is a broad term that includes, but is not limited to, mental health conditions, chronic health conditions, temporary injuries, physical/learning disabilities, and ADHD.
Our work with students is focused on four key aspects of academic support:
- Student Accommodations
- Faculty/Staff Consultations
- Education and Training
- Career Support
We are affiliated with...
OSU Campuses Disability Services Offices. Accommodations for students with disabilities are available at each Ohio State campus through their respective Disability Services office. Visit the campus links to learn more:
OSU ADA Coordinator’s Office. The ADA Coordinator's Office guides the University's efforts to move beyond compliance and toward seamless access. They process accommodations for staff, faculty, and visitors to the University, and address accessibility issues and reports of disability-based discrimination on campus.
Ohio College2Careers. Ohio College2Careers, is a partnership between The Ohio State University and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD). They strive to provide opportunities for students with disabilities to have the support they need to complete their degree and/or credential, earn higher wages, and meet the demands of tomorrow’s labor market.
Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP), U.S. Department of Labor. The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal and private-sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to demonstrate their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs.
OSU Digital Accessibility Center. The Digital Accessibility Center is a partnership between the ADA Coordinator’s Office (as a part of the Office of Institutional Equity) and Student Life Disability Services. They provide support to campuses, colleges, and vice presential units n the areas of Digital Accessibility.
Our staff are committed to excellence and are affiliated with professional associations including:
Ohio AHEAD, A state chapter of the National Association of Association on Higher Education and Students with Disabilities.
National College Learning Center Association – OCLCA. The OCLCA supports College Learning Center professionals across the state of Ohio.