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The Disability Services Office is dedicated to facilitating equitable access to the full RIT experience for students with disabilities. We value disability as diversity and work in collaboration with campus partners to foster a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive campus community.

To protect the safety of our staff, students, and faculty, all meetings with the Disability Services Office are virtual, unless noted otherwise. We are available both in the office and virtually each weekday between 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please contact the office at dso@rit.edu.

For more information regarding critical accessibility considerations for students and faculty in the transition to alternative modes of course delivery, visit our COVID-19 Accessibility FAQs.

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For Students

Any RIT student with a permanent or temporary disability can register and request accommodations. Learn more and explore resources.
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For Faculty

Learn more about facilitating accommodations for your students, requesting a workshop or training, and more.

MyDSO Portal

The MyDSO portal allows for easy, centralized access to accessibility and accommodation information for students registered with the Disability Services Office and the faculty who support them.
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MyDSO Portal Instructions

Prospective students considering RIT who have not yet been admitted, or admitted students who do not have an RIT email account yet, can request information about Disability Services.

Important: Students who registered with our office before June 25, 2020 do not need to register again with MyDSO. You can access your account, view your previously approved accommodations, and request specific accommodations in your classes on the MyDSO Student Portal.

Confidentiality

The Disability Services Office recognizes students’ right to confidentiality regarding disability-related information. Maintaining confidentiality is crucial to fulfill our legal obligations and to create an environment where students feel respected, protected, and able to practice self-determination.

Learn more about Confidentiality