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West Virginia State University prides itself on its numerous efforts to make the campus as accessible as possible.  If you have a documented disability or would like assistance in determining if you have a disability, please contact our office immediately and print a copy of the Disability Services Handbook

Housed within the division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs and the department of Counseling and Academic Support Services, the Disability Services Office provides individualized accommodations and support for students with physical and/or learning disabilities.  It is the policy and practice of WVSU  to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and state and local requirements regarding individuals with disabilities. Under these laws, no qualified individual with a disability shall be denied access to, or participation in services, programs and activities of WVSU.

The Disability Services Counselor, Ms. Kellie Toledo, is available to provide students with appropriate accommodations for differently-abled students.  Students utilizing these services are afforded the confidentiality of this office and this institution.

Before you came to college, your school records followed you; now they don't.  There is still help available IF you let us know you need it.  The office is located in 123 Sullivan Hall, East, the phone number is (304) 766-3083 or (304) 766-3168, and the email is dso@wvstateu.edu.  


The Disability Services Counselor is located in Sullivan Hall, East 123, and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am - 5:00pm.  For questions, concerns or comments e-mail Kellie Toledo  at toledoke@wvstateu.edu.


After appropriate application for services has been completed AND documentation of the student's disability has been submitted and reviewed, the following services/assistance may be provided depending on the need.  This list is not exhaustive - the Disability Services Counselor will work with students on an individual basis to determine appropriate services and accommodations.  Accommodations may include:

  • Note Taker
  • Extended Test Time
  • Alternative Test Area
  • Brailled Materials
  • Oral or Large Print Exams
  • Test Proctor
  • Taped Text Books
  • Interpreter
  • Preferential Seating





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