WKU Glasgow News
Student Accessibility Resource Center Serves Regional Campuses, Too!
- Susan F Esters
- Wednesday, November 17th, 2021
STUDENT SUPPORT FEATURE Student Accessibility Resource Center (SARC)
The WKU Student Accessibility Resource Center (SARC) helps students with documented disabilities achieve academic success based on their abilities, not their disabilities. SARC can identify and support a wide variety of accommodations students need, including note taking, testing, captioning or sign language interpreting, and many other vital services.
Cheyenne Bodkin is an Interdisciplinary Studies major at WKU in Glasgow who has benefited from SARC resources.
“I’m am extremely thankful for the services SARC has provided,” said Cheyenne.
“SARC has made my academic path possible and helped me progress alongside my WKU peers. I highly recommend this program to students who need assistance.”
Each WKU regional campus has a contact who can help students connect with SARC resources.
Gail Ledford firstname.lastname@example.org
270-706-8871 (choose option 1)
Crystal Nuckols email@example.com
Kevin Dorth firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit wku.edu/sarc for information about SARC resources and services.
Information about accreditation can be found through the Office of the Provost.
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