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San Diego State University

Student Ability Success center

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  • Student getting help from SDS staff
    All you need to know about your eligibility for services and how to apply.
  • Student Disability Services sign
    Tutoring, note takers, test accommodation, TRiO Student Support Services and more
  • Student using computer in high tech center
    In our assistive technology computer lab, students with disabilities can work independently or with trained consultants.
  • student interview
    Find out about jobs and internships, and our WorkAbility IV program, to prepare you for your career!
  • Student Advisory Board members on the Campanile walkway
    Get active in the SASC Student Advisory Board, find an internship, make friends!
  • Student in wheelchair meets with an advisor
    Find answers to common questions about the Student Ability Success Center

SASC Events Calendar (partial listing)


CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

San Diego State University is following the guidelines of county, state and federal public health officials and other authorities as it continues its academic and research mission during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the university’s COVID-19 site and SDSU Flex site for more information.

COVID-19 RESOURCES


Locations and Hours

Student Ability Success Center
Virtual front desk
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 am - 12 pm &
                                       1 pm - 3 pm 

Virtual Student Support Services (TRiO) 
trio_sss@sdsu.edu 

Virtual Test Accommodation Center
tac.sasc@sdsu.edu

Virtual WorkAbility IV program
waiv.sasc@sdsu.edu

Virtual High Tech Center
altmedia.sasc@sdsu.edu

Contact Information (phone and email)

Make a gift

 

Make a contribution in support of
the Student Ability Success Center

 

Give to the Mary Shojai Memorial Fund

 

Your gifts, large and small, are critical to the ongoing success of the Student Ability Success Center Program. Gifts are used in day-to-day operations and to provide assistive technology, professional development, disability-awareness and financial assistance to students. 
Thank you for your support.