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Please join us at the University of Connecticut for a six day, transition focused summer program. Participate in academic and personal skills training sessions and enjoy living, learning and socializing on a college campus.

The Lime Connect Fellowship Program

Lime Connect
The Lime Connect Fellowship Program For Students with Disabilities is our flagship program in the U.S. that attracts highly accomplished rising juniors with disabilities, prepares them for the recruitment process, and connects them with our corporate partners - the world's leading corporations. This program includes educational workshops, leadership/skill building, interview preparation, industry overviews and multiple opportunities to interact with partner companies via The Leadership & Development Symposium, webinars, organized mentor programs and a year-long post-symposium leadership program.

Applications for the 2011 Lime Connect Fellowship Program are currently being accepted, and must be submitted by Sunday, April 17, 2011. Please visit Lime Connect's website for more information.

Snacks on the Table

Snacks on the Table at the CSD
Do you need a quiet place to study?

Strategy Instructors will be here to help you with last minute study tips and hints!

Make your own stress ball or listen to some soothing music!

Take a break from all the formulas and notes for some snacks!

Sunday, May 1, 2011
Wilbur Cross Building, Room 204
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In September 2009 the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) launched an exciting new program called Beyond Access. Beyond Access offers a wide range of student services that go beyond standard ADA mandated accommodations for students with disabilities. Beyond Access focuses on individualized support and group workshops geared towards today’s dynamic and technologically mediated college environment.


Campus Construction and Transportation Updates

The Center for Students with Disabilities staff hope your semester is going well! As you may have noticed, the Storrs Campus has some new and ongoing construction projects which may impact transportation around campus.

Parking and Shuttle/Accessible Van Service (AVS) Information:

  • Transportation Services has a Facebook page! Check it out for bus route changes and detours, emergencies involving buses and AVS vans, out of the ordinary operating hours for storms, snow, and other emergencies.
  • For the latest in parking and transportation news, please visit www.park.uconn.edu, or call Transportation at (860) 486-1448 or Parking at (860) 486-4930.

Construction Updates:

If you have any access concerns, please feel free to call us at (860) 486-2020 or email csd@uconn.edu.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Revised and Updated

As of March 15, 2011, the revised ADA Regulations have become effective. Please visit www.ada.gov for detailed information on new and updated requirements.

CSD In The News

University of Connecticut recognized as having one of the top 10 learning disability programs in the nation!
Huffington Post, June 2010

UConn listed with top schools for students with disabilities!
Parade Magazine, August 2010

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Disabilities No Barrier to Campus Life
UConn Magazine, Spring 2009


Merger Creates 'One-Stop-Shopping' for Students with Disabilities
UConn Advance, October 20, 2008

More Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) program highlights for 2009-2010. PDF Icon

Getting Started
  • Current Students
    If you are a current UConn student, start here to look for information on how to access accommodations and services.

  • Prospective Students
    Start here if you are interested in attending UConn and want to learn about the accommodations and services available for students with disabilities.

  • Family Members
    Family members of current or prospective UConn students can start here to learn about students with disabilities transitioning to postsecondary institutions.

  • Faculty/Staff
    University Faculty and Staff members can find resources here for working with college students with disabilities.

  • Secondary Personnel
    Secondary personnel can find resources here for working with students with disabilities during the transition from high school to college.

CSD News to Know

Suicide Prevention Week

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