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West Virginia State University prides itself on its numerous efforts to make the campus as accessible as possible.  If you have a documented disability or would like assistance in determining if you have a disability, please contact the Disability Services Office immediately and print a copy of the Disability Services Handbook  Students can learn more about on-campus services by visiting the Disability Services Office in Sullivan Hall or by viewing their website at http://www.wvstateu.edu/students/collegiate-support-counseling/disability-services.aspx

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