Services for Students with Disabilities

Locating Spaces on Campus for Proctoring Exams

Here are additional details on testing accommodation spaces—made available through partnerships with the U-M Library and the Registrar’s Office—and updated information on requesting a room to provide students with testing accommodations.  


Animals on Campus

Animals are generally not permitted in University buildings with some exceptions, such as service animals, service animals in training, and assistance animals determined to be a reasonable accommodation. Service animals may be used by individuals with disabilities in order to participate in or gain access to programs, benefits, or services at the University.

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Giving to SSD

Want to support SSD in its various endeavors? The following funding areas are set up to encourage the growth and involvment of students with disabilities at the University. Donate today!

Mission Statement

Embedded in the strategic plan of the University of Michigan is a commitment to ensure equal opportunity for all individuals. Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) recognizes disability as an integral part of diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive and equitable educational environment for disabled students. SSD is a partner to students, faculty, and staff in the pursuit to develop leaders and citizens who will challenge the present and enrich the future.

Testing Accommodation Center

The Testing Accommodation Centers (TAC) is available as a resource for faculty to proctor accommodated exams/quizzes. We are located on Central Campus in the Modern Languages Building (MLB) B119 and are available to proctor exams between 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Faculty: Schedule your exam with the TAC

Students: Reserve a seat for your exam with the TAC. 

Please contact with any questions.

There will be a second TAC located in the Ruthven/CCCB Building that will be available during the Winter term. We will provide updates as to when the new TAC will open. 

Resources to help Faculty find space to proctor exams