Disability Services is now called Access Center.
Washington State University Vancouver Access Center staff works with students, staff, and faculty to ensure equal access throughout the university by arranging services and academic accommodations for WSU Vancouver students with documented disabilities. We are available to address questions and assist with understanding reasonable accommodations and accessible services.
Please be aware, we do not have a transportation program or wheelchairs available for students with disabilities.
Location & Hours
Please note: Access Center has moved and is no longer located in the Student Resource Center.
The office of the Access Center Coordinator is located in the lower level of the Multimedia Classroom Building (VMMC).
|Monday – Friday||9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Monday||1:30 – 4 p.m.|
|Thursday||10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.|
*Please Note: Drop-in hours are for follow-up questions or check-ins only and appointments will likely last about 15 minutes. Documentation will not be reviewed during this time.
Are you a new student or is this your first time with Access Center? If so, click here to get started.
Are you a current student already using Access Services? If so, click here to update or change your accommodation requests.
Tell us about your experience with the Access Center. Take our satisfaction survey.
Washington State University Vancouver students who believe they have been discriminated against due to a disability may pursue a formal grievance/compliant through WSU’s Office of Equal Opportunity. Learn more about Grievance Procedures.