Disability & Access Center
Welcome to the Disability and Access Center. We serve the Middle Tennessee State University campus by providing accommodations that level the academic playing field. We are also a cultural hub that provides relevant programming that gives students another avenue to participate fully in campus life.
The Disability & Access Center is a cultural, social, and academic support hub for students at Middle Tennessee State University. We serve as an initial point of contact, conduit of information, and provisioner in matters related to disability accommodation, access, and awareness. By keeping abreast of emerging trends, the Disability & Access Center will effectively and efficiently respond to the needs of the population it serves.
The Disability & Access Center supports student success by promoting independence, cultural awareness, access, advocacy, universal design principles, and technological advances culminating in the understanding that disability is a natural part of the life experience.
Please take a moment to explore the resources listed on the left side of this page and become familiar with them. Within our site you will discover a variety of ways our office serves as a campus resource that promotes disability access and culture. We hope that you find this information to be of benefit to you. We look forward to working with you, and if you have any further questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Activate the Play button below for an introduction by Jessica Miller, a former student. You will find more tour clips on the main section pages of our website.
DAC Oral History
Vicki Justice-Lowe, John Harris, and Nancy James discuss the beginning of Disability Services on the campus of MTSU.