Southern Oregon University is an inclusive campus environment. Disability Resources is here to ensure equal access for students with disabilities to all of SOU's great classes and programs. We provide academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities and information and resources for all segments of SOU.
Current students -
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Spring 2016 AIMS
If you are new to using AIMS to request accommodations, or have simply forgotten how to navigate AIMS, please stop by and see us the first 2 weeks of the term (3/28-4/8) at the days and times below. We will happily assist you in entering your spring courses, and requesting your accommodations!
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays,
& Friday (4/1): 9-11 AM / 2-4 PM
Tuesdays & Friday (4/8): 12:30-4 PM
How to find our office
Disability Resources is located at the main Southern Oregon University campus in the Academic Support Programs office at 1250 Siskiyou Boulevard Ashland, Oregon 97520-5004.
We are located in the basement level of the Stevenson Union, directly below the SOU bookstore. Elevator access is available.
Check the campus map for accessible parking, routes, and doors on campus.
The Academic Support Programs office can be entered from our front door at the Campus Visitor Parking Lot on Siskiyou Blvd. There is a fully accessible walkway leading from the public sidewalk along Siskiyou Blvd. to the SU.
You can also enter from inside the Stevenson Union. We are located in the basement level of the student union, directly below the SOU bookstore. Elevator access is available.
Lost? Please call our front desk at (541)552-6213. We will be glad to assist you.
Due to the high number of students that we serve, appointments are necessary.
You can schedule an appointment by calling the reception desk at (541)552-6213.
Distance Learning Students
Disability Resources services are available to all distance learning (online) students as well as on-campus students. Inquiry and intake appointments can be held over the phone.
Participating in a campus-sponsored event or nonacademic program and need accommodations for a disability? We can help.
Please call us at (541)552-6213.
(Notice of at least 7 days is strongly encouraged to make sure that we can put into place any accommodations you need.)
Apply to be a notetaker!
Notetakers are paid as student workers for their time in uploading their notes plus priority registration for the following term.
Applying is easy, and so is delivering your notes! For more information, go to the Notetaking Services page.