FSU Office of Accessibility Services

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The Office of Accessibility Services works with FSU faculty, staff, and students to promote and advocate for accessibility across the university through provision of accommodations, education, events, and programs focused on inclusion and access.

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Please help us congratulate our very own, Elizabeth Rudisill, who won the Star Award for Special Achievement.

"Elizabeth quickly became an integral part of the team. Her remarkable initiative allowed her to hit the ground running, and she didn't wait for instructions. She immersed herself in the role, asking pertinent questions to orient herself, and has maintained this proactive approach ever since. Elizabeth consistently demonstrates the same level of initiative when aiding students and supporting colleagues. Elizabeth remains unwaveringly ready to assist, and we are fortunate to have such a star on our team."

We are so happy to have Elizabeth as a part of the OAS team!


Finals are quickly approaching! Make sure you study smarter, not harder. Here are 4 tips to assist with a more productive study/schoolwork session. 📖📚🧑‍💻👩‍💻


The Johnson Scholarship Foundation Application is still open! Click the link below ⬇️ to go to the FSU OAS Homepage to review the requirements and to apply (or reapply). Make sure to submit your application before May 1st! 📥


Photos from FSU Food for Thought Pantry's post 03/04/2024

Important information regarding our Spring Break schedule.


Don’t forget to stop by the Disability Awareness Resource Fair today!

Photos from FSU Office of Accessibility Services's post 10/06/2022

Join us on MONDAY (10/10) in SSB 208 for a very special showing of “Crip Camp”.

This documentary demonstrates how a groundbreaking summer camp for teens with disabilities inspires a group of its alumni join the radical disability rights movement to advocate for historic legislation changes.

Hope to see you there!


TODAY in SSB 208!!! See you there!


BIG MONTH AHEAD! Check out our upcoming October events. Hope to see you there!


If you or someone you know are looking for a FEDERAL WORK STUDY position on campus, here is an opportunity!

We are in need of more student office assistants to help at our center.

Please do not inquire if you do not have a FWS award for Spring of 2022.
Questions can be directed to Carla Larriviere at [email protected].


“Shamu has a huge personality and frequently speaks his mind via chirps/meows/chatters to me and my roommates.” ~ Shamu’s parent 🐱💕


“This is Fly, full name Firefly. She is always willing to go on an adventure with me or to sleep it off. She keeps me company on everything from trail runs, ski trips, and mountain bike rides to backpacks and canyoneering trips. I work at a domestic violence center, and she extends her compassion to my clients while providing the appropriate amount of disdain for the sitting through board meetings with me. She really likes tortilla chips and is so forgiving. “ ~ Fly’s parent 🐶💕


“My cat's name is Kira (キラ).
The thing I love most: When I first got Kira, he climbed into my lap and stayed there for a long time. Ever since he was a kitten, he always needed to be close to me. Even when he wants his space, he still sits where he can see me in the house. I am thankful every day that my doctor suggested an emotional support animal. Kira is my biggest support, and he definitely helps me feel loved with his sassy attitude and big personality. “ ~ Kira’s parent 🐱💕


“This is my ESA dog, Max.
Max loves to cuddle and will nudge me when he wants attention which often reminds me to take mental breaks from school work.” ~ Max’s parent 🐶💕


“This is Delilah my ESA cat, I love that she always wants to play, and sit on landis. She enjoys sitting on landis in the fall months accompanying me with my homework, and enjoys students passing by petting her.” ~ Delilah’s parent 🐱💕


“This is Cleopatra Phoenix, Cleo for short. It is coming up on her one-year “gotcha day” on October 28. She is a rescue, so she is still very stand-off-ish, but once in a while, she will sit in front of me and reach out with one paw to touch me. Her own boundaries are there, but she is showing she cares.” ~ Cleo’s parent 🐱💕


The OAS is proud to wear purple to show our support of FSU VAP and the Domestic Violence Awareness campaign.


“This is my ESA. His name is Shadow, and my favorite thing is that he keeps me grounded. When I'm having a bad day, he provides endless cuddles and forces me to get out of bed to take care of him. He is the biggest ball of light and never fails to put a smile on my face.” ~ Shadow’s parent 🐶💕

Photos from FSU Office of Accessibility Services's post 10/20/2021

Join the OAS and the College of Education TOMORROW as we wrap up Disability Awareness week with two exciting events: OAS Open House: Featuring Arts and Awards
Thursday, October 21st 5:00 PM OAS/108 SSB

Visit the OAS during our Open House as we conclude our celebration of Disability Awareness Week! Tour our facilities, enjoy the art and music of students with disabilities, and honor the faculty and staff our students have nominated as “Accessibility Champions”! Cupcakes will be served.

The College of Education presents: “Best Summer Ever” Documentary and O&A with the Cast and Crew
Thursday, October 21st &:00 PM College of Medicine Auditorium

Join the College of Education for a screening of the hit musical film “Best Summer Ever” and enjoy the endearing story of a high school football player and the new girl in school! Then engage in a follow-up conversation with the cast and crew during an open O&A session.


Join the OAS at the Study Abroad Fair happening this afternoon on Landis! Be sure to stop by the DSST table to pick up some treats!


Name: Kaylie
Age: 4 years
Hometown: Oneida, NY
Training Organization: Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Yorktown Heights, NY
Graduation Year: 2018
Profession: Guide Dog Extraordinaire ~ Kaylie’s parent 🐶💕


CANCELLED—Unfortunately, the Design Sprint scheduled for this evening has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to reschedule another time.


“Hello! I posted a picture of my 6 month old cat Korochi. She was adopted from the Leon County Humane Society around a month and a half ago. I love how she’s basically a sour patch kid that follows me around everywhere. She’s the perfect cat: incredibly cuddly and just as mischievous.” ~ Korochi’s parent 🐱💕


Hope to see you tonight @ The Globe for “A Conversation with Jessica Cox” starting at 6 pm. Be sure to stop by the DSST table and pick up some goodies!


“His name is Renny, short for “Acarien,” which is French for “dust mite.” My students know him as “TA Renny,” because every time I start to teach over Zoom, he starts meowing and giving his input. At night, when I’m stressed thinking about tomorrow, he tries to cheer me up by nursing himself to sleep on my earlobe. It’s kind of gross.
It’s hard to decide what I love most about Renny, but probably my favorite is how concerned he is for other animals. Most cats hate outsiders, but Renny has been known to wear down the other cats in the neighborhood with kindness, serenading them from outside their window until they get used to him. One time, he even brought over two skinny neighborhood cats and taught them how to beg me for food. I’d pour a little kibble out on the front porch, and Renny would sit and watch over them as they ate, making sure they each got their fill.” ~ Renny’s parent 🐱💕

Photos from FSU Office of Accessibility Services's post 10/17/2021

Join the OAS and our amazing campus partners as we kick-off Disability Awareness Week with two exciting events happening tomorrow Monday, October 18th!

Studying Abroad with a Disability
11:00 AM via Zoom Webinar

Explore studying abroad with a disability in a presentation and panel discussion with International Programs and the OAS! Learn more about where to begin and things to consider as well as support services and resources. Plus hear from our student panelists about their personal experiences studying abroad! To join the webinar, register at https://fsu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hMemp4XzS1msQbXdMN-6aA

University of Choice presents: A Conversation with Jessica Cox
6:00 PM Globe

University of Choice presents: A Conversation with Jessica Cox! Born without arms, Ms. Cox is a pilot, author, speaker, and leading advocate for full inclusion of persons with disabilities in the marketplace. Her accomplishments include a Guinness World Record as the first woman to fly an airplane with her feet, Goodwill Ambassador, Top 15 Filipino Motivational Speakers, and the First Black Belt without arms in the American Taekwondo Association. Pizza will be served.

Photos from FSU Office of Accessibility Services's post 10/15/2021

Join the OAS and our amazing campus partners next week as we celebrate Disability Awareness Week starting Monday, October 18th!

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874 Traditions Way, 108 Student Services Building
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