The Regents Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) is here to help. This site is your gateway to information about how the RCLD can help students with known or suspected learning disorders achieve equal access to the curriculum, providing them an opportunity to maximize their ability to learn at the postsecondary level. Explore this website to find out what we do and how you can access our services. You will also find study strategies, teaching tips, lists of books and materials related to learning disorders, and links to many other valuable websites.

For a quick overview and answers to commonly asked questions, review the Board of Regents Official Guide for Parents, Teachers, Students, School Counselors, and Psychologists. The Official Guide to the Regents Centers for Learning Disorders will answer your questions about what the Regents Centers can do to help students with learning disorders, how students can access help through the Regents Centers, and what documentation students need to provide in order that the RCLD may determine eligibility for appropriate academic accommodations. For more detailed information, please see the University System of Georgia Board of Regents Academic Affairs Handbook, Section 3.11 (Students with Learning Disorders).

Regents Center for Learning Disorders at Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3995
Atlanta, GA 30302-3995


This web page has been designed to provide general information about the Regents Center at Georgia State University to students, families, and professionals in the community. If you have specific questions about disability policies and procedures at a particular USG institution, please contact the Office of Disability Services at the school in which you are interested. If you have a question about the RCLD, please contact us.
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