Disability Resources and Educational Services
Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) is guided by the belief that each individual has strengths, abilities and talents. Through student service, training and education programs, DRES furthers the vision of an inclusive society that supports the attainment of academic, professional and personal goals for persons of all abilities.
If you’re a student, please take a look at Student Services to learn more about DRES. If you’re a faculty or staff member, review the Accommodating Students section, and explore our Student Access and Accommodation System (SAAS). To learn more about our department mission and vision, visit About Us.
What's one of the ten future work skills that are essential for the next decade? Virtual Collaboration! Come and learn about helpful skills and tips needed to effectively virtually collaborate with both classmates and future colleagues. Read more
Want to be awarded for your achievements? If so, do not miss your opportunity to apply for the DRES 2015 Recognition Awards Scholarship opportunity for students with disabilities. Read more
Exams should be scheduled in SAAS five business days prior to the exam date, and final exams should be scheduled 10 business days in advance. Registration and payment for standardized exams should be done through the Testing Center and then scheduled with DRES. For fall 2014 final exam dates, visit SAAS Information.
Courtney Button enrolls in Kinesiology courses at CSUN as an academic strategy to reduce stress. Learn how she manages her academic schedule.