Access. Empowerment. Inclusion.

 

Congratulations new Highlanders!

For summer orientation (Quest) information visit the New Student Programs website, information including Freshman Orientation and Transfer Orientation pages!

The Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) will have a break out session during each Quest. Students and family are encouraged to attend. This is a time to learn about the accommodation process, pick up a CAS registration packet and ask questions of a disability services specialist on staff.

Steps to Register with the Center for Accessibility Services

Upon receipt of the above information, a disability services specialist will contact the student to schedule a meeting (telephone or in-person) to discuss accommodations.

Center for Accessibility Services’ registration forms and/or medical documentation can be provided to the office by email, fax or in person at the CAS office.

Center for Accessibility Services
Russell Hall, Suite 325
cas@radford.edu
Phone: 540-831-6350
Fax: 540-831-6525

If accommodations were assigned in high school, it is highly suggested that students register with the CAS and use accommodations from the first semester in college.

Information from New Student Programs

Quest Dates

  • Monday – Tuesday, June 12-13
  • Thursday – Friday, June 15-16
  • Monday – Tuesday, June 26-27
  • Thursday – Friday, June 29-30

Quest Express Dates

  • Monday, June 19
  • Tuesday, June 20

Dates to Remember

  1. Medical Housing Accommodation Requests deadline

    Friday Jun 30

    All day

  2. Fall Request for Accommodations deadline

    Monday Jul 31

    All day

  3. Spring Request for accommodations due

    Friday Dec 15

    All day

  4. Medical Housing Accommodation Requests deadline

    Saturday Jun 30

    All day

MISSION

The Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for individuals living with disabilities. The Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) serves and supports students, parents, and visitors seeking reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The office is dedicated to the ongoing goal of access and inclusion so that an individual may fully participate in the university experience. 

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