Regents Center for Learning Disorders
The Regents Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) at Georgia Southern University is one of three centers in Georgia established by the Board of Regents to provide assessments, resources, and research related to students with learning disorders. The Center serves students from GSU and eight additional institutions in the southern area of the state. Students with a history and/or those perceived as having learning disorders, ADHD, or psychological disorders may be referred by the enrolling institution’s student accessibility office for a comprehensive assessment, feedback on appropriate academic accommodations, and recommendations for optimal educational achievement. These services are also provided to students within the local area technical colleges. Additionally, student access offices at any of the institutions served may consult with the Center regarding disability documentation and assessments performed by other professionals. Georgia Southern University students should first contact the Student Accessibility Resource Center on their campus (Statesboro: (912) 478-1566, Savannah & Liberty: (912) 344-2572), while students at other institutions should contact their own office for student accessibility for a referral to the RCLD. In addition to providing comprehensive evaluations for students, the RCLD collaborates with institutions on statewide policy development, provides programs and services for student access professionals and their students, and provides clinical training and research opportunities for graduate students in psychology and related programs at Georgia Southern. For further information please call (912) 478-0100, or visit academics.georgiasouthern.edu/rcld/.