The Dean of Students Department
Disability Information Resources
Disabled Peoples' International
Closing The Gap
Trace Research and Development Center
Learning Disabilities Association
National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
World Association of Persons with disAbilities
Anxiety Behavioral Health Clinic (ABHC)
"Fortunately, there are some incredibly effective treatments for anxiety disorders". For more infomation, explore ABHD at http://www.anxietyclinic.fsu.edu/index.html "and find out more about current treatments, up to the minute research, and information about anxiety disorders".
North Florida Brain and Spinal Injuries Support Group
Brain Injury Support Group of Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
Cancer Survivors Support Group
Support Group for Individuals with Fibromyalgia
Narcolepsy Support Group of Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
Tallahassee Depressive and Manic Depressive Support Group
Insight Support Group
Epilepsy Association of the Big Bend
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
Florida Capital Area Chapter of C.H.A.D.D. (for individuals with ADD/ADHD)
Leon Learning Disabilities Association
FSU Psychology Clinic
The L.L Schendel Speech and Hearing Clinic
If you are interested in finding a support group and those listed above are not suitable, the Telephone Counseling and Referral Service, and independent organization, maintains a more extensive database of support groups in Tallahassee and the Big Bend area. You may reach TCRS at (850) 224-NEED or online at www.tcrs211.org (see Community Referrals).
Please note that inclusion of a support group on this website does not imply endorsement or recommendation by SDRC.
Program that enables individuals with disabilities to participate in sports. Please contact The Florida Disabled Outdoors Association at www.fdoa.org for more information.
Lake Ella Manor
Miccosukee Hills Apts.
GIBB Oakridge Village
Gibb Mabry Village
Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) http://ace.fsu.edu
ACE provides assistance to students with time management, organizational strategies, effective note taking, preparing for exams, using your preferred learning styles to your advantage, and what to expect in college classes. The ACE instructors deliver these learning modules in a variety of formats, including workshops, courses, individual consultations, and online educational materials. Additionally, ACE plays a key role in connecting undergraduate students to the range of academic support services and programs that are available at Florida State University."
Math Help Center
The FSU Math Help Center, located in 110 Milton Carothers Hall, is available as a resource to all FSU students needing help in the following math courses: MAT 0024, MAT 1033, MAC 1105, MAC 1114, MGF 1106, MGF 1107, MAC 1140, MAC 2233, and MAC 2311. Limited help is provided in the following courses: MAC 2312, MAC 2313, and MAD 2104. Help is also provided for the math section of the CLAST. Assistance is provided on problems in the text or handouts that indicate help is permitted. No help is given for take-home exams or quizzes. For more information and current hours of operation, call 644-1222.
Reading and Writing Center
In addition to the
Reading/Writing Center's regular tutorial services, on-line tutorial
instruction in writing is now available. Trained tutors in the Reading/Writing
Center will work with writers via e-mail to provide help with writing
and developing ideas, drafting, revising and editing.
Free On-line Tutorials
Adaptive equipment and software are located in the Assistive Technology Lab on the main floor of Strozier Library, behind the Information Desk in room 106. First time users may ask for assistance on how to operate the equipment by contacting Natalie Jean, Special Services Librarian, by phone at 850-645-6462, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a list of available equipment, please contact the Special Services Librarian.
Inquiries about on and off campus housing should be directed to the University Housing office in Student Life Building (on the corner of Wildwood and Traditions Way). Documentation that supports request for accommodations must be provided to the Housing Office. For more information, contact the University Housing office at (850)-644-2860.
Florida State University's Parking Services is located in Building C of the University Center in suite 5406. You can access their website at www.parking.fsu.edu. Parking permits and citations can be paid in the University Center Student Financial Services in Building A, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. If you have a documented disability, you can acquire a temporary three-week parking permit that will allow you to be able to park in the handicap parking areas on Florida State University's campus. You must present documentation of disability from a physician to Parking Services. For more information, please contact FSU Parking Services at (850)-644-5278.
NOTE: The parking permit is only temporary and extended for about three weeks. If you are in need of a permanent handicap parking decal, you will need to apply for one at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles.