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Notes for Students with Disabilities

The McBurney Disability Resource Center provides academic support services (disability management advising, notetaking, sign language and oral interpreting, alternative testing, reader/taping services, access to large print and Braille materials, mobility assistance and access to adaptive technology); disability-related program access services (specialized orientation, registration and financial aid assistance, accessible parking, paratransportation, liaison to university, federal, state and community agencies, academic adjustments, physical access evaluation, advocacy, and inservice training for faculty and staff); and information and referral services. Students are encouraged to contact the center as early as possible to arrange for services and to contact their local Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) office. For assistance or more information, contact the McBurney Center at 608/263-2741 (voice) or 608/263-6393 (TDD), 905 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53715.


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