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.

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Attention RETURNING Students!

Do you have questions about ACCESS CAS, such as:

  1. How do I log into ACCESS CAS?
  2. How do I request accommodations each semester?
  3. What happens after I request accommodations?
  4. How do I sign my access plan?
  5. What if the student and instructor do not agree to the access plan and listed accommodations?
  6. What if I don't feel comfortable meeting with my instructor to discuss accommodations?
  7. Where can I find videos and more information on ACCESS CAS?

All of your answers to the above questions are listed on our Instructions for CAS Student Handout!

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Attention NEW Students!

Do you have questions about ACCESS CAS, such as:

  1. How do I register with CAS?
  2. What happens after I register?
  3. When are my accommodations in place?
  4. How do I sign my acces plan?
  5. What if the student and/or instructor does not agree to the accommodations?
  6. What if I do not feel comfortable meeting with my professor?
  7. Where is CAS located?

All of your answers to the above questions are listed on our CAS New Student Handout!

 

General ACCESS CAS information and how-to's for faculty, staff and students.

CAS in the News

  1. Celebrating an inclusive campus »

    4/1/2019

    Radford University is celebrating the power of inclusion through a week-long series of events from April 1-5.

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

    4/30/2018

    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.  

  3. Answering the bells »

    3/22/2018

    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.