Michigan State University is committed to providing equal opportunity for full participation in programs, services, and activities. RCPD has compiled resources that promote and advance accessibility across campus.
MSU demonstrates international leadership around disability inclusion by providing the latest assistive technology, resources, and services through RCPD Signature Programs.
A hallmark of the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities is establishment of collaborative partnerships that help students and employees with disabilities more fully realize their academic, career, and life goals. The following partnerships are vital in our outreach efforts.
Assistive technology is a broadly defined term that describes innovative tools dramatically improving the lives of people with disabilities. The RCPD maintains state of the art assistive technology to empower our students and employees. Plan to visit us and experience some of our high tech tools for success.
Whether you have a disability, work with someone who has a disability, or are striving to make a difference in the life of a student with a disability, we thank you for your contribution to MSU. The Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities is committed to empowering people to reach their potential throughout their MSU experience.
As a student at MSU, you can benefit from the vast amount of campus resources and involvement opportunities. RCPD is here to help you get connected!
Are you an incoming freshman at MSU? A transfer student? Maybe you are nervous about having a disability while attending a large university? Not to worry – the MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) is here to help you transition, adapt, and excel as you begin your exciting journey at MSU. If you are a parent or family member of a new student, you can find resources on our Parents & Family page.
Staff at the RCPD are available to provide campus departments and faculty with information, resources, and guidance to help with their understanding of the opportunities and responsibilities under disability-related legislation.