Welcome to the only federally-funded national center in the U.S.
for college students with any type of disability,
chronic health condition, or mental or emotional illness.
We also have information for parents, faculty, and
anyone working with college students.
Higher ed faculty and staff with disabilities can use the NCCSD, too.
For free information and a good "first stop" any time,
please go directly to our NCCSD Clearinghouse.
Contact us directly with any specific questions.
If you are in crisis, visit our list of crisis resources,
with tips for students who have disabilities,
including students of color and LGBTQ students.
Learn more about college and disability topics in the
NCCSD Training Center
Many college students face food insecurity. Are you hungry? Check the College and University Food Bank Alliance for food near you.
Learn how "intersectionality" can help to empower disabled students at the December 11th DREAM Mentor Monday.
Finals are approaching! Take a refresher on Exam Accommodations in the NCCSD Training Center.
How does your campus climate for college students with disabilities measure up? Learn more in our latest research brief