Frequently Asked Questions
Is my information confidential?
Yes, your information is confidential and cannot
be released to anyone without your permission. Please refer to the FSU Student
Handbook for further information.
As a new student, when is the best time to register with the SDRC?
The first few weeks of classes are always a
hectic time around the SDRC. If possible, it is best to meet with a
representative of the SDRC during the weeks before classes or during
Can an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan be accepted
as documentation for a learning disability?
Why am I asked if I want to register to vote when I sign up for services
with the SDRC?
An IEP or 504 Plan provides evidence of the need for academic accommodations and can be included
as a supplement to a comprehensive assessment of tests. The SDRC is
looking for a comprehensive assessment battery and the resulting diagnostic
report, which must include a diagnostic interview, assessment of aptitude,
measure of academic achievement and information processing.
The Student Disability Resource Center
serves students with disabilities, we are required to ask every student
if they want to register to vote and assist them in that process.
Where can go for a comprehensive psychoeducational testing?
There are two places on the Florida State University campus where you
can be tested for a learning disability or ADHD. The Adult Learning Evaluation
Center (850-644-3611) and Psychology Clinic (850-644-3006) each offer
testing. ALEC Center will accept the FSU Campus Health Center Insurance. You may also consult the yellow pages of the phone book for
licensed psychiatrists and psychologists who conduct learning evaluation
How do I file a grievance?
Consult the FSU handbook at http://www.fsu.edu/Books/Student-Handbook/
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