About Student Disability Services
Welcome to Student Disability Services (SDS) at San Diego State University. SDS is the campus office responsible for determining and providing academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Support services are available to students with certified visual limitations, hearing and communication impairments, learning disabilities, and mobility and other functional limitations. The program currently serves about 1050 students, which includes undergraduate and graduate students.
Student Disability Services (SDS) provides qualified students with disabilities equal access to higher education through academic support services, technology, and advocacy in order to promote their retention and graduation.
To further this mission, SDS is committed to the following:
- Minimizing academic and physical barriers for students with disabilities.
- Promoting self-advocacy within students with disabilities.
- Working collaboratively with SDSU faculty, staff, and the campus community to increase disability awareness.