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Accommodated Housing

Housing is pleased to offer accommodated housing for students who require specific accommodations.

Apply for Housing

Once you have been admitted to Clemson University and commit to attending the University, you will need complete the online housing application. Also, you will need to contact Student Accessibility Services to submit documentation to support your request for accommodated housing. The Office of Student Accessibility Services works closely with University Housing & Dining to ensure students needs are met, so please do not contact University Housing & Dining directly regarding specific housing accommodations.

How Do I Register for Services?

Please contact the Office of Student Accessibility Services as soon as the decision to Clemson is made. Also, you will need to schedule an appointment with a disability specialist to:

  1. Review Documentation
  2. Register with Student Accessibility Services
  3. Complete necessary Student Accessibility Services forms; including, but not limited to, housing & dining
  4. Discuss accommodations

What Services are Available?

The impact of the disability on major life activities determines the level and types of accommodations. Services are determined on a case-by-case basis. Services may include but are not limited to, the following

  • Housing & Dining Accommodations
  • Extended Test Time
  • Reduced Distraction or Distraction-Free Environment for Testing
  • Electronic Textbooks (E-Texts)
  • Computer Testing
  • Course Substitutions
  • Recorded Lectures
  • Priority Registration
  • Reduced Course Load
  • Assistive Technology
  • Rx Consultation for ADHD

Confidentiality Statement

The Family Educational Rights Privacy Act (FERPA) guarantees students confidentiality of educational information. If parents need information about a student’s progress they are encouraged to discuss this with their student.

Contact Information

For more information regarding accommodated housing, contact the Office of Student Accessibility Services by phone at 864-656-6848 or visit their office located in Suite 239 in the Academic Success Center (behind the Cooper Library).