Disability Access Services for Online Students

Disability Access Services serves all Oregon State University students, both on campus and online. If you have a documented disability, you need to register with DAS each term in order to receive the accommodations you require. DAS will make sure that your courses are accessible for you, notify your instructor of any special needs and can provide individual proctoring for students who are on campus.

The DAS website has a wealth of information on available services and student rights, including information specific to OSU Ecampus students who learn online.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please call Ecampus at 1-800-667-1465 (option 1). You can also contact DAS directly at 1-541-737-4098 or via email.

   As a first-generation, working-class, nontraditional student with learning disabilities, earning my degree has been a lifelong dream that I thought would never happen for someone like me. Once I found out that Oregon State had Disability Access Services that offered support, I wanted to push myself to see what I was really capable of. Earning my Oregon State degree has changed the way I see myself completely.    

Victoria Keenan, OSU Ecampus anthropology graduate

Tell us more about yourself

Are you an Ecampus student who uses Disability Access Services? We'd love to hear about your online learning experience in your words. You can be a part of our OSU Everywhere series by sharing your unqiue story with current and prospective Ecampus students.