What We Do
Welcome to the Rutgers–Camden Office of Disability Services (ODS).
We are here to provide reasonable accommodations and services for students with disabilities.
Rutgers Access and Disability Resources
For information on all Rutgers Access and Disability resources available to students at Rutgers–Camden.
RADR Resources for Faculty and Staff
For information on all Rutgers Access and Disability resources available to faculty and staff at Rutgers–Camden.
These Success Programs and Services are designed for students with unique economic and educational backgrounds, with some services available for all students at Rutgers–Camden.
1:1 and group tutoring, peer coaching, and resources to build academic skills for undergraduate students.
State funded academic and financial support for economically disadvantaged students.Visit EOF Site
TRiO Student Support Services
federally funded resources and support for first-generation, low-income, and undergraduate students with disabilities.
Find information about Barrier Busters, resources at the University that help eliminate barriers to a full Rutgers experience.
The Office of Disability Services is dedicated to the philosophy that all Rutgers University students are assured equal opportunity, access and participation in the University’s courses, programs, activities, services and facilities. We recognize that diverse abilities are a source of strength, empowerment, and enrichment for the entire university community and we are committed to the elimination of physical, instructional, and attitudinal barriers by promoting awareness and understanding throughout the university community.
The Office of Disability Services at Rutgers strives to become a model program for students with disabilities in higher education. We are committed to developing a comprehensively accessible and universally designed University that nurtures the full participation and contribution of every individual.
Our team strives to provide the necessary tools, resources and supports for individuals with disabilities to become responsible decision-makers and self-advocates in charge of their own future. We envision a campus community where all individuals are welcomed, valued, and encouraged to be contributing members.