The National Center for College Students with Disabilities (NCCSD) and the DREAM (Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring) student group are proud to announce:
The 2018 Disabled & Proud Conference: Leading Change An online conference for college students with disabilities October 11-13, 2018
A large number of students have received a scam email that appears to offer a job opportunity to support students with disabilities. It begins with: "My name is Dr. Mike Reinold (or other name), Clinical Counselor for the Department of Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES)." We do not have any such department at the University of Oregon. This and other related emails are scams, also referred to as phishing emails, which attempt to obtain personal financial information and defraud recipients.
The AEC has moved to a new location on the third floor in the of Oregon Hall, Suite 360:
Don't wait to request accommodations for your classes. Start now!
After you have established accommodations with an AEC advisor, you will use our online portal, AEC Connect, to request accommodations for each class and send a notification letter to each instructor. If you are eligible for testing accommodations and would like AEC to proctor your exams you will use AEC Connect to schedule your exams.