Frequently Asked Questions from Current Students
- Please visit our Requesting Services page.
New DRC Students: It takes approximately 24 hours after your appointment to gain access to your "Request Services" page. If you still cannot see your Request Services page after a few days, please contact your DRC service coordinator.
Continuing Students: If you had provisional accommodations and have not yet submitted documentation, your accommodations expire after a few quarters and you will not be able access to the Request Services page. Please email your DRC service coordinator if this happens.
- It takes 2-3 business days to receive your AA letters in your @ucsc.edu email address after you have request services on your myUCSC portal. If it has been longer than 3 business days, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please contact email@example.com with the class information and the specific problems you are having with your notetaker. We will work with your notetaker and try to find a solution.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you are still in need of a notetaker. After week 3, please contact your DRC service coordinator to discuss alternatives to notetakers.
Please email your DRC service coordinator as well as your professors at least a week before your exams.
If you are late to an exam, you do not get extra time for the time that you missed unless your professor approves an extension.
If you miss your exam, email your DRC service coordinator and your professor.
Contact your DRC service coordinator. They can support you in facilitating access to your accommodations.
Please send an email to email@example.com requesting your documentation.
Discuss this with your DRC service coordinator.
While pregnancy is not a disability, pregnancy related complications can be accommodated for. Some of the accommodations we can offer include accessible furniture, consideration for breaks in class, and support with navigating campus. Please schedule an appointment with a service coordinator to discuss your unique experiences and develop an accommodation plan.