Due to flooding in our offices, we have temporarily moved.
Counseling Services, Substance Abuse Prevention and Education (SAPE), and Campus Violence Prevention Program (CVPP) have all moved to the Innovation Center at 920 Broadway, and Disability Services has moved to the University Center Fourth Floor, Room 422. We will be housed in these two locations for several weeks while our Dearmont office is being repaired.
The Vision of the Office of Disability Services is to foster and develop an academic environment that is accessible and equitable to all, regardless of disability, race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender, age, sexual orientation, or veteran’s status. Through the provision of services and programs both in person and online, the Office of Disability Services strives to develop and retain students at Southeast through:
The Mission of Disability Services is to provide resources and assistance to students and to assist them in finding academic and personal success.
Disability Services is the institutionally recognized program designated to provide both federally mandated services as well as proactive services for students with disabilities, by ensuring equal access. By providing leadership, advocacy, resources, mediation, and guidance to students with disabilities, Disability Services assists students with identifying barriers to their success and thus identifying ways to address those barriers.
Office of Disability Services
One University Plaza MS 2030
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701