Services for Pharmacy Students with Disabilities at UT Austin

Here's another example of student services provided by the UT Austin College of Pharmacy for those who have disabilities:
The University of Texas at Austin provides a variety of special programs and services to assist students with disabilities in their academic pursuits. Based on the needs of the individual, many different kinds of services are offered to students with visual impairments, hearing impairments, mobility impairments, learning disabilities, and other disabilities. Staff in the area also work with faculty and staff to ensure that all University classes and services are accessible to all students. The office is in the fourth floor of the Student Services Building . The phone number is 471-6259.

The Speech and Hearing Center, located in CMA 2.200, provides evaluation, remediation, and referral services for speech and hearing problems. These services are rendered on a sliding fee scale. Their phone number is 471-3841.

The Texas Commission for the Blind, Flawn Academic Center, Room 7, 471-6693, has a professional staff available for academic, career, and personal counseling. Reserved reading rooms and tape recorders are provided in the Undergraduate Library ( Flawn Academic Center).

The Texas Rehabilitation Commission has a U. T. field office that is devoted to serving students with disabilities in pursuit of an academic degree leading to gainful employment. Depending on the disability and individual need, there are a variety of services that may be available to students with disabilities while attending college to obtain marketable skills. For more information contact U. T. Field Office, Flawn Academic Center, Room 4, 471-4903.
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