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COVID-19 Information

Disability Resource Center

Montclair State University is committed to the full inclusion of students with disabilities in all curricular and co-curricular activities as mandated by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Disability Resource Center (DRC) will assist you in receiving the accommodations and services necessary to equalize access. The DRC provides assistance to students with physical, sensory, learning, psychological, neurological, and chronic medical disabilities.‌

Registering for Services

Whether a new Red Hawk (first semester at MSU) or returning Red Hawk new to the DRC (current MSU student but not registered with the DRC), to register for services through the DRC, please complete an Application using the online system called AIM. After submitting the application you will be directed to a new page to upload documentation. The application must be completed by the student requesting services from the DRC. After completing application and uploading documentation, the DRC Director will review and assign a DRC Counselor who will contact you via email to schedule an intake appointment. Please allow up to 7-10 business days (Monday- Friday) for documentation review.

Requesting Accommodations

All students previously registered with the DRC: Beginning fall 2021, requests for the Accommodation Notice must be made and processed using AIM. Students who prefer printing and providing the Notice to the course instructor(s) directly will be able to print the Notice in AIM. Please see the AIM section to access the system and training/tutorial information.

General Inquiries

For general inquiries, feel free to email: drc@montclair.edu or call the DRC Main office at 973-655-5431. Current students should contact their DRC Counselor directly via email or phone.

We wish you the best during this time! Remember: “Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I’m Possible”