Student Disability Services

Black Lives Matter

SDS condemns the murders of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Ahmad Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and the many, many, other racial injustices that have shaken the country. We center Black Lives in our work, acknowledge the reality of systemic racism, and are committed to addressing it through peaceful protest, community engagement, and education. We acknowledge and support ending police violence, especially towards unarmed Black people - many of whom have disabilities, and reaffirm our commitment to elevating diversity, equity, and inclusion in all areas of our lives.

-Tom Merrell, Director of SDS

COVID-19:  Important information for SDS Students and Faculty

**SDS will be online until further notice, please refrain from faxing documentation to our office. Please email all documentation to sds@usfca.edu.**

 

We are currently working remotely, if you have questions and would like to meet with a Front Desk Staff Member, please use the link below:

Questions? Zoom with the Front Desk

NOTE: If you miss an appointment or are more than 15 minutes late, please contact SDS to reschedule https://myusfca-sds.10to8.com or sds@usfca.edu.

 

Welcome to Student Disability Services!

Browse through the information on the left for specifics about services and accommodations offered through our office. We have specific information for students, faculty, and families as well. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. Thanks for visiting!

Mission Statement

The University of San Francisco is committed to the full participation of all students. Student Disability Services (SDS) recognizes disability as a valued aspect of diversity and works to facilitate equal access and an inclusive environment for students with disabilities. 

Vision and Values

  • Guided by Universal Design we suggest accommodations for USF students with disabilities to help achieve their goals.
  • We strive to empower the community to acquire and develop the knowledge, skills, values, and sensitivity to become persons for and with others.

Student Disability Services Welcome Video