Please check the Health, Well-being, & Safety homepage or the Student Affairs homepage for hours, student service offerings, and contact methods.

The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is open during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, from 8:00am-5:00pm (except for University Holidays and Closures, and periodic department training/in-service events). The SDRC may be reached at 951-827-3861 or If you need to register for services, please visit this webpage. If you would like to request an appointment with a disability specialist, please go to the Appointment Request Form. If you plan to come to the SDRC offices or Testing Center (at Student Services Building), please read this information before you go.

The SDRC Offices will be closed on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, from 8:00am - 2:00pm.  SDRC staff will be participating in a department in-service training during this time. The SDRC Offices will be open 2:00pm - 5:00pm that day.


SDRC Registration for Current UCR Students


SDRC registration must be completed at least two weeks prior to the start of services being requested.

Complete online pre-registration on the R’Ability website. CAS authentication is required. Pre-registration includes:

  • Self-identify as a student with a disability
  • Identify accommodations being requested
  • Upload disability forms. Please ensure that disability documentation meets the UCR guidelines. If you do not have disability-related documentation, you can still complete the online pre-intake and provide the documentation to SDRC before your intake appointment.

After you complete the online pre-registration:

  • Call (951) 827-3861 and schedule an Informational or Intake appointment with a disability specialist
  • Note: If disability/medical documentation has not been received by the appointment time, approval of accommodations may be delayed

Meet with a disability specialist at the SDRC for an intake or informational appointment to:

  • Discuss the accommodations or services being requested
  • Review and discuss disability documentation, and determine if additional documentation is needed
  • Develop a plan for reasonable accommodations
  • Sign the Academic Accommodations Agreement form
  • Learn how to access approved accommodations

University Housing

If you are interested in living on campus, ensure to follow the important housing application/contracts deadlines for students in your classification (first-year, transfer, continuing student, etc.), and be sure to complete and submit the housing application, including any associated fees, before the deadline. Students with accommodations are not given priority in the housing process. Housing applications are processed in the order received and a wait list will be created when housing becomes full.   As such, accommodations requests submitted before housing has been secured does not move a student's place on the waiting list.

If you have any questions, concerns, or problems during the quarter, please contact