Welcome to the Disability Resource Center (DRC) at Florida International University.
Our aim is to guide and support students with disabilities throughout their college experience, from transitioning into FIU to graduating from our university, the DRC’s goal is to assist in helping you become successful.
As your partners in success, we are committed to you. Serving as the one-stop-shop for your disability service needs, the DRC provides the resources to facilitate a smooth transition to university life. By providing one-on-one consultation throughout your academic journey our DRC staff is a specialized resource for you.
The DRC website is just one of the many resources available so that students with disabilities can access all that FIU has to offer throughout our diverse academic community.
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