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Students who have completed the Disability Services (DS) certification process do not need to recertify. However, every semester, students certified with DS need to request their Accommodation Letters for their new classes and instructors. Certified students will use the Meredith College Student Wellness Portal to request their Accommodation Letters for the upcoming semester or term.  

Certified students are invited to consult with a DS counselor prior to the start of each semester to review accommodations, courses, workload, and more.


To schedule an appointment with a DS staff member, please email, send a message using the Messages tab in the Student Wellness Portal, or call (919) 760-8427 and leave a message. Staff will return you call or email between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Appointments may also be scheduled by coming to the DS main office at 208 Student Health & Wellness Center between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Drop-In Problem-Solving Hour

Disability Services offers a drop-in Problem-Solving Hour on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10:00 a.m. for students to ask questions, seek support, and begin problem solving. DS counselors see students on a first-come, first-served basis; no appointment is necessary.

Meredith College Portal—My.Meredith

The Disability Services page on the portal has helpful information and links for current students.

  • Opportunities for support at Meredith
  • Study skills resources
  • Information about appointments with DS counselors
    • Coaching to develop self advocacy skills, executive functioning, time management, study skills, and more
    • Accommodation discussions
    • Problem solving
    • Brief check-in meetings for accountability and encouragement
    • Assistance with applying for accommodations on post-bac and professional exams

Support Resources at Meredith

Students who ask for help and utilize opportunities for support are more likely to succeed academically and personally. The faculty and staff at Meredith care about you as an individual and about your academic and professional goals. These departments, offices, and people are here to help you be your best self at Meredith College. 

Meredith Learning Center Carlyle Campbell Library 020 | (919) 760-2800 |
provides free peer-tutoring services that empower students to become more confident and capable learners.

Academic Skills Coaching | 1st Floor, Park Center | (919) 760-8088 |
offers coaching to help students improve study skills, time management, and more.

Meredith Counseling Center | 208 Student Health & Wellness Center | (919) 760-8427 |
provides free and confidential counseling in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.

Meredith Testing Center | Carlyle Campbell Library 020 | (919) 760-2800  |
is located in the Learning Center. Students who qualify for testing accommodations may take quizzes, tests, and exams in the Testing Center.

Academic Advising | 1st Floor, Park Center | (919) 760-8088 |
assists students with setting and achieving goals, academic planning, and exploring majors.

StrongPoints® | 217 Park Center | (919) 760-8210 |
offers advising and coaching designed to identify and develop students’ strengths.

Office of Career Planning 2nd floor Park Center | (919) 760-8341 |
provides career guidance and assistance during all four years of college and beyond. Connect with them today.

First Year Experience | 218 Park Center | (919) 760-2284 |
offers services, programs, and people that support a smooth transition to college. All first-year students are encouraged to take FYE-100, a one-credit-hour class that helps them develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for becoming self-reliant and productive college students.

Meredith Registrar | 141 Johnson Hall | (919) 760-8593 |
assists students with schedules, drop and add, academic records, and more.

Dean of Students | 2nd Floor, Park Center | (919) 760-8521 |
advocates for and supports all Meredith students. If you have a question or concern and aren’t sure where to go, start with the Dean of Students.

Carlyle Campbell Library | (919) 760-8532 |
offers the College community a special collection of mental health and disability-related resources. Visit the Student Mental Health Collection for more information.

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