At Clark Atlanta University, we know that your whole well-being impacts your success as a student, whether physical, mental or emotional. We encourage you to leverage the following resources to be the healthiest that you can be.
The University Counseling Center (UCC) is a comprehensive counseling facility. Assistance is provided in the areas of personal, psychological, and academic counseling. Career and student development services are also offered by the UCC. The Center designs and arranges special programs, workshops, and seminars for the CAU student community. Students requesting services should contact the University Counseling Center. All counseling services of the UCC are confidential.
CAU is committed to the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Services include, but are not limited to, academic adjustments, auxiliary aids and services, student services, mentorship programs, readers and scribes, career counseling, seminars, priority scheduling tutorial services, referral to state and community resources, and disability parking.
The Disability Services Program is a functional part of Enrollment Services and Students Affairs. Disability Services Program personnel oversees and coordinates programs to ensure accessibility to students with disabilities on an individual basis. Students with disabilities must be accepted for admission at Clark Atlanta University and follow regular admissions procedures.
Students that seek to obtain services through the Disability Services Program must submit a completed application for Disability Services Program Eligibility: