Disability Resource Center

DRC Support Workshop

This workshop is an opportunity for individuals to get together, learn from, and support each other. This is a safe place to learn about new skills and pertinent issues such as time management, test taking, mindfulness, stress management, perfectionism, self-advocacy, dating, professional relationships and self-compassion. Students may attend at any time throughout the semester. This group is sponsored by Counseling and Psychological Services.


Meet weekly for personalized guidance with a DRC Peer Mentor

  • Professional Development Instruction
  • Stress Management Techniques
  • Time Management Skills
  • Study Strategies
  • Campus Resources & life balance

(For DRC students age 17-21)

Contact Susan Hunter 


Mentor Student Photo

DRC Additional Support Services

  • Personalized weekly peer mentoring

DRC student meets one-on-one weekly with a fellow SUU student peer mentor to receive instruction on study strategies, time management, balancing university life and career and job resources.

  • Possible paid summer internship

Placement of student's interest/major in Utah.

  • Pre-internship professional development workshops and one-on-one instruction

DRC students that are interested in seeking an internship attend monthly career training workshops and meet with DRC staff for specialized communication, interview, resume and job training and preparation prior to an internship.

In partnership with the Department of Workforce Services for all DRC students between ages 17-21, please read about the grant mentee agreement.

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Contact our Grant Coordinator, Susan Hunter, at susanhunter@suu.edu or at 435-586-7846 for more information.

Otter AI

For students who have certain limitations connected to their disability, taking notes in class is a challenge. Many services and products have been on the market for years to help these students. After much investigation our department has partnered with Otter.AI, an app that is accessible, powerful, and easy for students to pick up and use in a variety of classes.

If you are a student who has this accommodation, or you are interested in learning about this
application for your own use , please use the link below to schedule a training session with one of our team members, we will be happy to teach you about this great tool.

A Bit about the App:

Otter.ai is a voice meeting recording application powered by data and machine learning technology. With this application, you can use your phone, computer, tablet or other device to not only record classes but also generate full transcripts that can be printed or integrated into your own notes. The real power comes from the machine learning algorithm that allows you to search, highlight, crop, or target any aspect of your class lectures for the information you need. The features of this tool are vast, and we can help you learn how to discover and use the varied features to access your courses more effectively.

Schedule an Otter Training

Mission Statement

The Disability Resource Center at Southern Utah University continuously provides support and services to students with disabilities who are overcoming different educational difficulties because of their individual challenges. Reasonable accommodations are offered to participants in the program, giving them access to services requested by law. We encourage self-direction, resourcefulness, academic skill development and personal advancement. Cooperation between faculty, students and community assures an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance. To achieve its Mission, the Southern Utah University Disability Resource Center focuses on the following goals:

  • Guide potential and qualified students to our services
  • Increase and maintain student enrollment and retention
  • Provide means to empower students in their education to enhance independence.
  • Provide academic and learning access, focusing on students' current documentation connected to their condition.

Information and Technical Assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act


Contact Information

Building and Office Location: Student Support Center  (ST) Suite 206 F-I
Phone: 435-865-8042
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am-5pm