Student Disability Services

University of Mississippi
  • SDS Lab Alternate Format Production Station

    SDS Lab Alternate Format Production Station

    Audio Books, Magnified Text, Braille, and Tactile Images can be produced for students with disabilities.

    SDS Lab Accessible Workstations

    SDS Lab Accessible Workstations

    These workstations have various installed Assistive Technology like Zoomtext Magnifier/Reader, JAWS Screen Reader, Read and Write Gold Literacy Software, and Dragon Naturally Speaking Dictation Software.


    Disability History and Awareness Month

    The SDS GA's, Melissa and Samra work the PTSD Awareness table in front of the Student Union.


    Disability History and Awareness Month

    Melissa and Robin from the SDS as well as Aaron, the President of the Student Veterans of America, OleMiss Chapter work the Service and Comfort Animals table in front of the Student Union.


    Disability History and Awareness Month

    Aaron, the President of the Student Veterans of America, OleMiss Chapter along with other members of the chapter work the Mission 22 Walk table in front of the Student Union.


    Disability History and Awareness Month.

    Melissa, the SDS GA speaks during the first annual Healing Art Reception and Panel event held at the Powerhouse in Oxford.


    Disability History and Awareness Month.

    Students in the American Sign Language Program get down to music.


    Disability History and Awareness Month

    Stacey Reycraft, the SDS Director stands with two of this year's SDS Award recipients. Violeta Davydenko is the recipient of the Faculty Award and Michael Howland is the recipient of the Staff Award.


    Disability History and Awareness Month

    Amy Kathleen Wallace Walker is the 2016 SDS Student Award Recipient.

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    SDS Ability Exhibit Event Web Page Link

    Picture shows how accessibility is interconnected between the Students and Parents, Faculty and Administration and the Student Disability Services.

    The Office of Student Disability Services (SDS) at The University of Mississippi is committed to ensuring equal access to a quality education for qualified students with disabilities through the provision of reasonable academic accommodations which support University standards and academic integrity.

    University policy provides for reasonable accommodations to be made for students with verified disabilities on an individualized and flexible basis as specified under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

    SDS provides classroom accommodations to all students on campus who disclose a disability, request accommodations, and who meet eligibility criteria. We do not have specialized programs for specific types of disabilities.

    Students with disabilities are served in much the same way as other students on campus. We believe that each department on campus has expertise unique to that unit and students are better served by interacting with each department according to their needs. For example, students with housing needs should contact the Office of Student Housing and Residence Life; students with registration questions should contact the Registrar’s Office or their Academic Advisor and so on. In this way, students receive appropriate information from those with the specific expertise and knowledge to answer the student’s question(s). Students are encouraged to contact SDS if they do not know which campus office to contact for a specific question or problem.

    To view The University of Mississippi’s official policies and procedures for students with disabilities, please visit this link:

    Policies and Procedures for Students with Disabilities

    We look forward to assisting prospective and enrolled students with disabilities who may require assistance. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or requests for additional information.

    Hotty Toddy,

    Stacey Reycraft, M.Ed.
    Director for Student Disability Services

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