Welcome to the Office of Disability Services!


Are you participating in commencement ceremonies?

Do you have any concerns with accessing the ceremony or navigating the basketball arena stairs?

If so, please contact  Katie Montie at 704-687-0043 ASAP

Message to May 2017 Graduates

Our Mission

The Office of Disability Services works to ensure that students with disabilities have access to education and campus life at UNC Charlotte. Through collaboration with the institution’s diverse community, Disability Services facilitates accommodations, discourse, and engagement to promote a universally accessible learning environment for all. 

Getting Connected to Disability Services

Registration with the Office of Disability Services (DS) is required for students who wish to receive accommodations.  Click here to learn more about registering for disability accommodations.

To register, students must first submit the appropriate documentation for review. Most students will need to complete the documentation form with their health care provider. Students with learning disabilities will need to submit their most recent full-scale psycho-educational documentation supporting their diagnosis. Click to learn more about support and services through Disability Services.

Access for Visitors and Students at Public Campus Events

Students or visitors to campus who need accommodations for a public campus event should contact Disability Services at 704-687-0040 or at disability@uncc.edu. For more information, click here to visit UNC Charlotte's Accessibility website.

March/April Happenings in Disability Services


There are several scholarships available to undergraduate students registered with the Office of Disability Services. Students can apply for these scholarships through the NinerScholars Portal. You may apply for all of the scholarships for which you are matched/eligible.  Complete applications are due online by April 15, 2017!  Applications are reviewed by a scholarship committee comprised of faculty and staff who work with students in a variety of settings.

Registering or Completing Your Semester Check-In

The last day to have a Registration or Semester Check-In appointment for the Spring 2017 Semester is Wednesday, April 12, 2017This allows you to have time to plan for your accommodations the last few weeks of the semester.

Mid-Semester Stress? There are many campus resources to help you

We realize that some semesters are more challenging than others. We want you to know that our office not only provides accommodations to eligible students, but we also offer support during those difficult terms. If you’ve experienced a change in your documented disability, please meet with a DS counselor to discuss any new issues. Call 704-687-0040 or stop by our office in Fretwell 230 to schedule an appointment. In addition, we encourage you to explore other UNC Charlotte student resources:

  • University Center for Academic Excellence: Dedicated to improving academic success by providing free tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, academic consultations, workshops, and support for first generation students.
    2300 Colvard    Website: http://ucae.uncc.edu/
  • Counseling Center: Supports the academic, personal, and interpersonal development of UNC Charlotte students by providing individual and group counseling, consultation, outreach, and training.
    158 Atkins    Website: http://counselingcenter.uncc.edu/
  • Writing Resource Center: Provides free, one-on-one writing consultations for students.
    125 Cameron    Website: http://writing.uncc.edu/writing-resources-center
  • Multicultural Academic Services: Provides academic support services that foster the recruitment, retention, and graduation of students, especially underrepresented students at UNC Charlotte. 
    2400 Colvard    Website: http://mas.uncc.edu/
  • The Center for Graduate Life: Supports graduate students by serving as a resource for professional development, career advice, skills and more.
    268 Cone University Center    Website:http://gradlife.uncc.edu/
  • The Center for Wellness Promotion: Certified health educators and substance abuse staff are available to speak to UNC Charlotte students and groups.  One-on-one consultation is available for students related to alcohol/drug issues, tobacco cessation, sexual health issues, and interpersonal violence issues.
    Student Health Center     Website: https://wellness.uncc.edu/
  • Veteran Student Services: Coordinates support services for military veteran students such as assistance with University administrative support, collaboration with Veterans Affairs counseling and healthcare services, veteran-friendly employment, mentoring, and planning events in honor and observance of service-men and women.
    103 Barnard    Website: http://unccdso.uncc.edu/org/veteranstudentservices
  • The Dean of Students: A central point of contact when you want to get involved, need to resolve a conflict, have questions about policies and procedures, or are trying to identify campus resources and information that will put you on the path to success. The Dean of Students also works with students seeking Withdrawals with Extenuating Circumstances (WE).
    217 King    Website: http://unccdso.uncc.edu/
  • The Office of Adult Students and Evening Services:  Assists in recruiting and retaining a diverse, adult student population.  They advise students and offer services for enrolled adult students.
    Barnard 106    Website:http://oases.uncc.edu/