Cincinnati State Disability Services

at 3520 Central Parkway; Room 129, MAIN Bldg, Cincinnati, 45223 United States

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) works with students who have disabilities, to ensure they receive reasonable academic accommodations in courses of study, according to their individual needs.

Cincinnati State Disability Services
3520 Central Parkway; Room 129, MAIN Bldg
Cincinnati , OH 45223
United States
Contact Phone
P: (513) 569-1775


Eligible students are strongly encouraged to tap the services of this office. College studies show that students who consistently use ODS resources and accommodation services earn higher grades and graduate at a higher rate than students who choose not to use them. Who is eligible? Any otherwise qualified student or prospective student who states that he or she has a disability as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) or the guidelines for section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 may register with this office. How to register? To register for services, a student or prospective student must meet with the special needs counselor and provide appropriate documentation of a disability.

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OUR NEW TESTING LOCATION WILL BEGIN ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. If you have a scheduled time on that day, please report to 401 ATLC at your reserved time. Room 129 MAIN will continue to be open for: Meetings with the Manager To Schedule appointments To obtain registration information or accommodation papers Thank you, in advance, for your patience during the college's remodeling project near our office.

Published on 2013-10-10 19:36:39 GMT


Published on 2013-08-30 02:01:31 GMT

Week #1 of Fall Semester is almost complete. Way to go, Cincinnati State students! ---------------------------------------------------------------- “Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.” –Christian D. Larson

Published on 2013-08-30 01:54:20 GMT

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FALL SEMESTER: Beginning Monday, August 26, our testing rooms will be located in ATLC 401. This is due to construction taking place near our main location. All other business will still take place at our current location, Room 129 MAIN. We would like to thank you, in advance, for your patience.

Published on 2013-08-20 15:04:14 GMT

DID YOU KNOW...? There are approximately 54 million Americans who have at least one disability. This makes them the largest minority group in the nation. Consequently, as our baby boomer population ages, and more veterans return from war, this number will double in the next 20 years, to more than 100 million Americans.

Published on 2013-06-24 18:00:28 GMT

EDUCATIONAL COACHES: We have added a new component to our list of accommodations to students qualifying for this assistance —educational coaches. An educational coach is an in-class individual who provides assistance organizing your notes, your assignments, and your schedule before and/or after class. Educational Coaches also provide an explanation of instructions given for class assignments/labs. If you would like more information regarding this new accommodation, please call , email, or stop by the office to schedule an appointment to meet with the Manager. or 513-569-1775

Published on 2015-06-24 11:47:18 GMT

Happy News, students who are registered with ODS: the restroom project adjacent to our main office has been completed! Our testing facility has been moved back to Room 129 MAIN. Thank you all for your patience and cooperation. We appreciate you! If you have registered for Summer semester classes, please contact our office so that you can have your accommodation letters ready for the semester. First day of classes will be May 5, 2014.

Published on 2014-05-02 14:44:07 GMT

MYTH vs. FACT: MYTH: Providing accommodations to persons' with disabilities gives them an unfair advantage over individuals without disabilities. FACT: Accommodations are not intended to give individuals with disabilities an unfair advantage, but rather to help level the playing field for all individuals, regardless of their disability.