Access. Empowerment. Inclusion.

The Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) is committed to the ongoing goal of access and inclusion so that all individuals on campus can fully participate in the university experience.  CAS serves and supports students, family members and visitors seeking reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Access CAS begins January 2019!

This online system will increase independence and flexibility with accommodations.  Continue to watch your emails for updates and instructions on how to use CAS Accommodates for next semester. 

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CAS in the News

  1. Student shines as inspiring advocate for those with disabilities »


    Guy Smith was the host and organizer of Radford University’s Autism Awareness Program, “Let’s Solve This.” He is also a Radford University student who not only identifies autism as his primary disability, but openly discloses his diagnosis in an effort to spread awareness and acceptance.  

  2. Answering the bells »


    Freshman Sean Walker has won trophies, medals and an MVP honor while competing around the United States and internationally in goalball, a sport in which participants have some degree of visual impairment. 

Invention E2E

Eye to Eye Club

The Center for Accessibility is happy to advise the Radford University Eye to Eye Club (E2E)! E2E is a service organization that mentors elementary students with ADHD and Learning Disabilities. Interested in joining? Contact the CAS office!