provides free and confidential, educational support services that are
designed to meet the needs of the individual. In most cases,
services are provided by the CASD Project Coordinator during one-on-one
meetings with the individual. In addition, CASD participants will be
referred to existing on-campus supports such as the Office of Prevention
and Counseling, The Learning Center, Career Services, and the Office of
Special Student Services. Likewise, participants will also be
referred to community agencies such as the Bureau of Rehabilitation
Services (BRS) for various types of supports when applicable. In
accordance with Connecticut General Statutes, the confidentiality of
student information is required by law.
who are interested in learning more about CASD and/or receiving services
are encouraged to contact the Project
Coordinator for a confidential consultation. Inquiries are
always welcome, even if the preference is to enroll several months in
the future. Consultation is available at any point in ones college
clicking the links to the left you will find an array of services and supports
that are available to participants of CASD.
take your time in identifying as many or as few you would like us to
assist you with. We
will address all of the identified concerns during our time together, when
time allows, and for as long as you are an active participant of CASD.
Please be advised that if there are additional concerns that you
wish to be addressed at a later date, you are encouraged to bring them to
the attention of the CASD Project Coordinator.
Appointments are available Monday through Thursday