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Office of Disability Services

We Are Bobcats
ODS staff member Lori Gonzales serves on today's panel for #MassCommWeek. Stop by Hines Academic Center NOW! https://t.co/AouuSHjUL9
Join ODS & the campus community for a great panel discussion #MassCommWeek https://t.co/GnU2K50zCw


The Office of Disability Services is happy to welcome you to our website. We provide services for students with disabilities at Texas State University and at the Texas State University Round Rock Campus (RRC)

The staff in the Office of Disability Services is available to answer any questions that you may have.

Academic Testing for Students with Disabilities (ATSD) administers ALL academic tests with approved testing accommodations to students who are registered with the Office of Disability Services (ODS). The ATSD Testing System in an online system for students to request to take an academic test. If you would like more information about ATSD, please visit their website.


                                               Letter from ODS Director          Request Your Accommodation Letter


The Langston Hughes Project

The Langston Hughes Project Flyer
The Langston Hughes Project Flyer

The Langston Hughes Project is a multimedia concert performance of Langston Hughes's kaleidoscopic jazz poem suite. Ask Your Mama is Hughes's homage in verse and music to the struggle for artistic and social freedom at home and abroad at the beginning of the 1960s. It is a twelve-part epic poem which Hughes scored with musical cues drawn from blues and Dixieland, gospel songs, boogie woogie, bebop and progressive jazz, Latin "cha cha" and Afro-Cuban mambo music, German lieder, Jewish liturgy, West Indian calypso, and African drumming -- a creative masterwork left unperformed at his death. We hope that the contest will serve as an entertaining and uplifting event for the Texas State Community  and an arena where students can broaden their perspective of the Black experience.

The project has received contributions and support from various sources, including the generous support of Dr. Ron McCurdy, Professor of music at the USC Thornton School.  Further information can be found at:

Official Link for Langston Hughes Project  http://langstonhughesproject.org/

The Langston Hughes Project

Feb 4th, 2016

LBJSC Ballroom