• Post-Secondary Education Resources in North Carolina

    Coastal Carolina Community College - Disability Services
    The Disability Support Services office is responsible for ensuring that students with disabilities have equal, effective and meaningful access to all programs, goods and services through the use of nondiscriminatory policies and procedures, and the provision of reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids, and services as indicated necessary by the functional limitations of a qualified disability.  
    Website: Coastal Carolina Community College - Disability Services
    Phone: (910) 938-6331

    East Carolina University – Disability Support Services
    Provides individuals with disabilities support services that will enable them to access programs, services, facilities, and activities of the university; to enhance disability awareness among students, staff, and faculty; and to provide academic courses.
    Website: East Carolina University - Disability Support Services
    Phone: (252) 737-1016

    East Carolina University - STEPP (Supporting Transition and Education through Planning and Partnerships)
    Offers comprehensive academic, social, and life-skills support to a select number of students with identified Specific Learning Disabilities who have shown the potential to succeed at ECU.
    Website:  East Carolina University STEPP
    Phone: (252) 328-6131  

    Louisburg College - Accessibility Services
    Louisburg College is the only two-year residential college in North Carolina. At Louisburg, students are given an opportunity to excel in the classroom, and within the campus community. Developing individual plans to make courses of study accessible to each student with disabilities; Providing students with appropriate referrals and information regarding testing, counseling, financial aid, academic advisement, and to other campus related resources; Making assistive technology available as appropriate.

    Website: Louisburg College
    Phone: (919) 496-2521

    UNC Wilmington – Disability Resource Center
    The Disability Resource Center is the designated office that provides services to students with disabilities who are enrolled at UNCW.  UNCW is open and accessible to students with disabilities.  We are committed to providing assistance to enable qualified students to accomplish their educational goals as well as ensuring equal opportunity to derive all of the benefits of campus life.

    Website: UNC Wilmington - Disability Resource Center
    Email:  helmusa@uncw.edu

    Phone:  (910) 962-7555   TDD:  (800) 735-2962

    WorkSource East
    WorkSource East offers students with disabilities, ages 18 or older, vocational training to teach work adjustment in the domains of Environmental services, Welding, Automotive services, Childcare, Food services, Carpentry & light construction, Personal care aide, Brick masonry, Grounds maintenance, and Printing. They offer 24-hour supported living services nearby WSE facilities at Magnolia Place.

    Website:WorkSource East
    Address: 902 Corporate Drive, Goldsboro, NC 27534

    Phone: (919) 731-7956