Disability Resource Center
Welcome to the University of Kentucky Disability Resource Center in the Office for Student Success. The DRC provides services to the University community so students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of University life. The DRC serves students with a wide array of disabilities and this web site provides valuable information for students, parents, faculty and staff related to various responsibilities, services and programs of the office. If you cannot find the information you are seeking, please do not hesitate to call our office (859) 257-2754. Our office hours are 8 AM to 4:30 PM.
If you are visiting the DRC from off campus, two reserved parking spaces are available in the lot beside the Multidisciplinary Science Building. Parking is also available in the Kentucky Clinic Parking Structure located on Huguelet Drive at a reduced rate. Please bring your parking stub to the Disability Resource Center to have it validated.
The DRC has opened a new office in the expansion of the Gatton Student Center. This office is in addition to our main office at the Multidisciplinary Science Building. Appointments with Consultants John Caldora, Rachel Combs and Stephanie Nance will be in the new office. Appointments with Consultants Duke Pettit, and Dr. Leisa Pickering will be in the main office at MDS.
The Gatton Student Center expansion is located near the passenger loading circle on Avenue of Champions. Through this entrance you will enter the hallway behind the Grand Ballroom. This hallway is also behind the ‘living room’ area next to the grand ballroom. Enter the expansion and go past the front desk to the elevator. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Turn right off the elevator, turn left at the seating area. The DRC office is on the right.
To Register with the Disability Resource Center
1. Complete the Online Intake form.
2. Login with your MyUK linkblue username and password.
3. Click "Register" and fill out the form to the best of your knowledge. The items marked with a red asterisk are required fields.
4. Attach documentation of a disability or condition to the online form. Please note that documentation is required prior to the provision of permanent accommodations. If you have questions regarding documentation please email email@example.com.
5. Click Submit. You will receive an email reply to your official UK email confirming your submission.
6. Within 1-3 business days, you'll receive an email with further instructions from our office to schedule a meeting with a Disability Resource Center Consultant to finalize accommodations.
Deadline for 2022 Fall Semester Letters of Accommodation is November 23.
To ensure adequate time for the arrangement of accommodations for the Fall finals, the last day letters of accommodations will be provided is November 23rd. Any letters of accommodations written after that time will be valid beginning Winter/Spring 2023. Students with current accommodation letters seeking to use them for finals, should download them from the student portal link below or contact their accommodations consultant. Students not previously registered with the DRC should submit their online intake, with documentation of a disability, as soon as possible.
2022 Letters of Accommodation
The DRC will continue to offer students the opportunity to download their Letter of Accommodation (LOA) for the 2022-23 Academic Year through our online student portal. To access this service, go to the link http://clockwork.ad.uky.edu/clockwork/user/SelfRegC/default.aspx. You should be able to generate the LOA automatically by clicking on the Accommodations Tab, then entering your link blue username and password. @uky.edu" or it will not allow you to access your letter. The letter should then be available for printing. We recommend you check the document for accuracy and keep an electronic and/or paper copy for documentation purposes. Your letter of accommodation will remain available at the link above, but will show the current date when printed. Because of the nature of their letter of accommodation, some students will not be able to download from the online portal. These students will need to contact their disability consultant via email to receive their letter. Also, if you feel you need to change your accommodations, please contact your consultant.. Do not request additional accommodations through the online portal. A captioned video describing how to access and download your accommodation can be viewed by following this link: Accommodation Letter Video