Student Health and Wellness

Disability Resources Center

Disability Resource Center


Disability Resource Center (DRC)

To safeguard students receiving disability services, the Disability Resource Center (DRC) will provide telephone consultation (361-593-3024) rather than face-to-face appointments. Remote services will be delivered through email at using AIM (Accessible Information Management), and the HIPAA secure platform called ZOOM.

Testing Services administered at the DRC:   

Due to COVID-19, testing accommodation services will be limited at the Disability Resource Center.  Students receiving the accommodation service of extended time will not be proctored at the DRC.  Exams will be taken remotely with the professor/class.  All exam requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.   

The DRC will be available between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Students who are currently registered with the DRC can contact the office via email for assistance or consultation. 

Students who are interested in newly applying for services with the Disability Resource Center may review the process on the DRC webpage under How to Request Accommodations and contact the DRC via email for additional inquires or clarification of the process.

About the Disability Resource Center  

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) offers the following services for students with disabilities: accommodations access/planning meeting, evaluation referral options, disability-related information, adaptive technology, advocacy for students’ rights, and intervention services with faculty members. The DRC does not diagnose or conduct disability testing; however, students may contact the DRC office for a referral list of qualified professionals in the surrounding area. Additionally, the DRC does not provide services such as tutoring, personal equipment, personal attendants, or scholarships. 

Mission Statement

The DRC promotes an inclusive environment at Texas A&M University-Kingsville that is free of physical and attitudinal barriers to ensure students with disabilities engage in a full range of college experiences. The DRC strives to be responsive to student needs by facilitating reasonable accommodations that aid in the student’s academic success as well as empower students to be self-advocates. 

Announcements and Reminders

Students are responsible for registering with the DRC each semester (including summer sessions) through the AIM registration system. Registering is important for updating records and notifying the DRC that a student wants to utilize DRC services for the semester.


To register for services with the Disability Resource Center click on the button below. 


Log into AIM