Clemson University aims to assist its students with disabilities

09/12/2012 | Independent Mail (Anderson, S.C.)

Students with disabilities at Clemson University in South Carolina receive services through the school's office of Student Disability Services, which serves more than 700 students with a variety of disabilities. The office carefully evaluates requests and assists students in seeking accommodations from professors. "Everything we do is data-driven," said Arlene Stewart, director of student disability services. "Everything we do is individualized. We may have five students with the exact same accommodation but all for different reasons."

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