Disability Etiquette

Disability Etiquette

10 Things to Know

It is estimated that 12.6% of people in the United States have a disability (Kraus, 2017). For someone who may have… more »

Healthy Relationships

Accommodated Testing

Extended time on tests is one of the most highly used testing accommodations by students at Disability Services! According to Disability Services’ 2016-2017 annual report,… more »


Welcome Back!

August is an exciting time of the year as it marks the beginning of a new academic year. Georgia State University’s campuses are buzzing with… more »


Accommodations for Testing

Accommodations for Graduate Level Standardized Tests

In order to apply for admission into a graduate program, an individual must complete the appropriate graduate level examination.… more »


Smoother Transitions

According to a 2011 study, almost 65%of high school students with disabilities enrolled in a post-secondary institution to pursue higher education within eight years of… more »

Welcoming International Students

Welcoming International Students

Georgia State University has a diverse student population and has students from 47 different countries (College Factual, 2015). As outlined in the university’s Diversity Strategic… more »

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How to Adult

Are colleges fully preparing graduates to be competent adults and professionals? This is an ongoing debate among employers, educators and students. According to a survey… more »

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Taking Advantage of Our Resources

Disability Services makes available many beneficial resources to Georgia State students registered with their office to help them succeed in the classroom. One resource in… more »

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