Student Disability Services


Spring 2015 Student Data


Total Number of Students    987   
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder    424    43%   
Deaf/Hard of Hearing    17    1.7%   
Learning Disability    183    18.5   
Medical Disability    148    15.0%   
Mobility Impairment    25    2.5%   
Psychological Disability    144    14.6%   
Traumatic Brain Injury    20    2.0%   
Visual Impairment/Blind    20    2.0%   
Other/Diagnosis Pending    6    0.6%   

SDS Student Data reflects information from Spring 2015 and captures both Undergraduate and Graduate students.


All students at Clemson University can take advantage of tutoring by the Academic Success Center (ASC). Brochures are available in Student Disability Services. The tutoring schedule is available online at the ASC website: www.clemson.edu/asc.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

CAPS provides a variety of services (on a limited basis) including individual and group counseling; testing for learning disabilities and ADHD/ADD; workshops on topics such as assertiveness training, stress management and test anxiety; and a full range of consultative services centering on student adjustment in higher education.

Transportation Services

Clemson Area Transit (CAT)

CAT has accessible buses and routes. Routes are published and can be accessed at www.catbus.com. Occasional curb-to-curb stops can be pre-arranged through Student Disability Services. Students must be able to get to the bus on their own. Maps indicating routes are available in Student Disability Services and at the Union Information Desk.

Parking Services

Students must purchase and display a current Clemson University parking permit and a valid disability access placard in order to park in accessible parking spaces. When these are properly displayed, parking is also permitted in employee, student and timed parking zones. A campus map with information about disability access including the location of curb cuts, accessible parking and elevators is available in the Office of Student Disability Services or the Office of Parking Services.

Persons with temporary mobility impairments (not to exceed four weeks) can obtain a time-limited disability access parking permit from Parking Services. The application for a disability access permit must be accompanied by a written statement from a physician indicating accessible parking is required and the length of time it will be needed. Individuals who need accessible parking for longer than four weeks or who desire to park in off-campus disability accessible spaces must obtain a state permit from the Department of Highways and Public Transportation.

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