Student Disability Services

Miami University Regionals Student Disability Services

Who We Are

Miami University Student Disability Services (SDS) provides accommodations and access to students with documented disabilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as amended. The SDS sta is committed to advancing and sustaining a diverse and inclusive environment for all members of the university community.

Who We Serve

We serve hundreds of students with a variety of disabilities including learning disabilities, chronic health issues, attention deficit disorders, psychological conditions, visual impairments, mobility impairments and hearing impairments. Additionally, we serve students with temporary illnesses and injuries.

Office Services

  • Service Eligibility Determination
  • Accommodation Planning and Coordination
  • Assistive Technology Coordination
  • Academic Counseling
  • Educational Workshops
  • Interpreter and Captioning Service Coordination

How to Register with SDS

Anyone requesting accommodations due to a disability should complete an online application through Students Accessing Miami (SAM). To receive services students must self-disclose their disability, provide verifying documentation, and meet with the SDS coordinator to determine academic history and reasonable accommodations plans.


Contact Us

Regional Campuses

Leslie Omaits, MSW, LSW
Middletown Campus Coordinator
14 Johnston Hall

Karen Yates
Hamilton Campus Coordinator
130 Rentschler Hall

Hamilton: 513-785-3211
Middletown: 513-727-3431

Oxford Campus

Miller Center for Student Disability Services
304 Shriver Center