Accessibility Services works closely with local, regional, and national institutions to provide further resources to our students and faculty and staff who assist with disabilities in the classroom.

local, regional, and national institutions

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation


Cape Girardeau VR
PO Box 1087
3102 Blattner Dr., Suite 103
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 

Office: (573) 290-5788, Office: (877) 702-9883 
Fax: (573) 290-5921 
Vocational Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Services for the Blind 

(800) 592-6004  

Southeast District Office 
106 Arthur St., Ste. E 
PO Box 369 
Sikeston, MO 63801 

Office #: (573) 472-5240
Fax #: (573) 472-5393
Rehabilitation Services for the Blind

SEMO Alliance for Disability Independence 

121 S. Broadview
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 

Voice/TTY (573) 651-6464 
Fax (573) 651-6565 

AHEAD - Association for Higher Education and Disability 

AHEAD Organization

U.S. Office for Civil Rights 

The U.S. Office for Civil Rights seeks to ensure equal access to education through enforcement of civil rights. 

U.S. Office for Civil Rights

Wolfner Library 

Wolfner Library

The DO-IT Center 

Information from the DO-IT Program at the University of Washington. This site is a leading resource for faculty members with information on accommodating students with disabilities. This site also offers information to students with disabilities pursuing postsecondary options. 

DO-IT Program

Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D) 

RFB&D is recognized as the nation's leading educational lending library of academic and professional textbooks on audiobook from elementary through post-graduate and professional levels. They have an online catalog of over 78,000 audio materials.

Learning Ally

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill  


Missouri Department of Revenue 

Procedure for applying for a disabled placard can be found on the Missouri Department of Revenue website. 

Missouri Department of Revenue

Crisp Hall 201-202
Mailing Address
One University Plaza MS 8220
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701