Center for Disability Access & Resources

The Center for Disability Access and Resources ( CeDAR) provides services and academic accommodations for students of all backgrounds on campus with documented physical, psychological, and learning disabilities.

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Welcome To CeDAR!

The Center for Disability Access and Resources provides services and academic accommodations for students of all backgrounds on campus with documented physical, psychological, and learning disabilities.

Not only do we advocate for our participants, but we encourage them to become their own advocates as well. CeDAR collaborates with faculty, staff, and community partners to provide accommodations for the unique needs of students both in and out of the classroom.

Accessing Services

We empower our participants by being a Disability Resource Center. This function provides supportive services to students with disabilities to enhance their skills for personal, academic, and professional growth.

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CeDAR uses an online accessible information management portal called AIM which allows students to apply for services, request accommodations, set up testing appointments, and more. In order to get started, log in to your iRattler Account, and access the AIM Online Portal.

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AIM also allows professors to receive student accommodations directly via email once the student's accommodations have been approved by CeDAR, as well as show up on the professor's home page. In addition, the system allows for instructors to specifically state the conditions for testing if the professor allows the student to use CeDAR as an alternative testing site and upload the exam directly to AIM for CeDAR staff to administer.

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CeDAR Resources

CeDAR offers a host of different services to assist all students in navigating college while minimizing barriers to success.

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About Us & Staff Directory

The CeDAR staff is committed to ensuring the rights and promoting the dignity, self-awareness, and self-advocacy of students with disabilities throughout the university. 
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Apply to Become a CeDAR Participant

In order to be eligible for CeDAR services, students must complete the AIM online application, present proof of disability from their healthcare provider, and attend an informational session from CeDAR.  
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Assistive Technology | EquatIO

EquatIO is an assistive technology (AT) mathematics accessibility tool. It can enhance learning, academic career, and success in courses for those not proficient in math.  
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Assistive Technology | Read&Write

Read&Write, a user-friendly literacy software, boosts students' confidence by making reading, processing, and breaking down information more comprehensible to readers.  
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Educational Testing Services

Our Learning Assessment Center (LAC) provides low-cost educational assessments to those possibly experiencing scholastic difficulties due to a suspected learning disability or ADHD.  
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Glean is an audio note-taking web app designed to simplify capturing, organizing, and refining notes, improving learning outcomes, and empowering learners. Available for eligible CeDAR participants.
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Information and applications for scholarship and other disability-related awards are accessible online and from our office.

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The Theodore & Vivian Johnson Scholarship is a competitively awarded program which is available to undergraduate students with disabilities who enroll in a State University of Florida Institution

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The Dr. Toni Jo Mason Scholarship is designed to serve as a lasting tribute to the vision, mission, life work, and example of Dr. Toni Jo Mason to overcome obstacles and the struggle experienced by people with disabilities.

Accessible Service Forms

Students needing to submit documentation for services may find the necessary forms below. If you are needing assistance for a particular issue not found below, please contact our office directly at 850-599-3180.

Disability Verification Forms should be uploaded to the AIM Online Portal.

If you are needing housing accommodations, please complete the form and email it to Ms. Johnson (

If you are needing mobility service, please complete the form and email it to Ms. Johnson (

Students registered with CeDAR who would like to file a complaint or grievance, please review the documents below or call (850) 599-3180.