Center for Disability Access and Resources (CeDAR)
The CeDAR offers a wide range of support services and accommodations for all FAMU students with disabilities. Appropriate services are determined and provided based upon the student's specific disability, functional limitations of the disability, and the academic requirements of the appropriate department, college, school or program. For more information on how to request accommodations please click HERE.

Accommodation policies and procedures can be found on the links on this page.

The CeDAR provides accommodations and services tailored to the individual need(s) of each student. If a student is not satisfied with the accommodations provided, they may engage in the grievance process to resolve the situation. When appropriate, disability services and reasonable accommodations can include disability support & empowerment groups, professional & personal development workshops, and the following:

Educational Assessment Services

The CeDAR Learning Assessment Center (LAC) provides low cost comprehensive educational assessments for college students and adults, who may be experiencing scholastic difficulties due to a suspected learning disability or Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Application materials can be obtained by contacting the CeDAR LAC office. Once completed, your application will be carefully reviewed by the Assistant Director of the LAC to determine if services are appropriate for you. If it is determined that you would benefit from the service, you will be asked to submit a deposit and given an appointment time.

Fee for Services:

FAMU Student Assessment

Screening (non-refundable): $25
Learning Disability: $100
ADHD: $100
Combined (LD & ADHD): $175

Non-FAMU Student Assessment

Screening (non-refundable): $25
Learning Disability: $350
ADHD: $375
Combined (LD & ADHD): $650

Academic Student Services

  Course Registration Assistance
•         Declaration of Major
•         Change of major
•         Academic Advising
•         Tutoring (Upon Availability)

Counseling Services & Resource Referrals

We  work very closely with Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) to provide opportunities for financial assistance to our students. Students interested in learning more about VR and speaking with a representative for CeDAR can make an appointment with the CeDAR office and we will be happy to make that connection.

Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal-state program that helps people who have physical or mental disabilities get or keep a job. VR is committed to helping people with disabilities find meaningful careers.

Examples of VR Services:

Medical and Psychological Assessment
Vocational Evaluation and Planning
Career Counseling and Guidance
Training and Education After High School
Job-Site Assessment and Accommodations
Job Placement
Job Coaching
On-the-Job Training
Supported Employment
Assistive Technology and Devices
Time-Limited Medical and/or Psychological Treatment

1. Testing Accommodations

2. Course Accommodations

3. Classroom Accommodations
4. Course Substitutions

5. Innovative Assistive Technology

6. Adaptive Learning Laboratory

7. Mobility Shuttle Services

Contact Info

1735 Wahnish Way
Suite 102
Tallahassee, FL 32307

P: 850.599-3180
F: Fax: 850.561-2513