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The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) campus offices are operating regular business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:00am - 5:00pm. This includes regular in-person staff coverage. Need an appointment with a staff member? The good news is you can meet with staff to happen via Zoom or in-person. To schedule an appointment call 951-827-3861 or submit a request through the Appointment Request Form. Plan to go to the SDRC offices in the Student Services Building? Please read this important information before you go!


Note Taker Information


Information for Volunteer Note Takers

Thank you for your interest in being a volunteer note taker! Your services are very valuable to those students with disabilities who are not able to take their own course notes. One of the many benefits of being a volunteer note taker for SDRC includes being able to document this volunteer activity in your co-curricular transcript. Get in touch with Student Engagement to learn more about the co-curricular transcript. Your name or contact information is not available to the student(s) requesting notes, only the notes you share through the portal.

To register as a note taker,

  • Go to the note takers portal in R’Ability
  • You may start uploading notes as soon as you register. If you are able to, please upload notes from the beginning of the quarter.
  • If you are selected as a notetaker, you will receive an email letting you know. 
  • Please continue to upload notes for the entire quarter. If you drop the class or are no longer able to share your notes, please send an email to



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