Founded in 1995, the Student Accessibility Resource Center has an impressive history of providing academic accommodations to students with disabilities at Georgia Southern University. Located on the second floor of Cone Hall on the Statesboro campus and on the second floor of the Memorial College Center on the Armstrong campus, the SARC features test proctoring suites, as well as administrative offices.
The SARC provides services to approximately 624 students at Georgia Southern University. This is roughly equal to 3% of the entire student population at Georgia Southern. We provide services to students with a variety of disabilities including: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Psychological Disorders, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Visual Impairments, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, Communication Disorders, Systemic Medical Disorders, and Mobility disorders among others.
The Student Accessibility Resource Center, Student Affairs Division, is committed to providing an equal educational opportunity for all qualified students with disabilities. The office staff is responsible for the coordination of all services for students with disabilities. Our objectives are to provide reasonable academic accommodations and coordinate appropriate services based on the student’s individual needs.
The staff of the Student Accessibility Resource Center are experts in the provision of disability services. Please check out STAFF BIOS to get to know our staff.
Last updated: 5/1/2019