Rogers State University has named Kendra Cagle as coordinator of disability services to assist students who may need accommodations to gain access to university services and activities. Cagle started the position on Feb. 1.
As RSU’s disability services coordinator, she will determine eligibility for disability services and coordinate access to accommodations for students with disabilities. She also will coordinate test proctoring and tutoring, increase understanding among the campus community about the needs of the disabled and oversee all disability documentation.
Cagle, who graduated from RSU in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in social science, previously served as a behavioral rehabilitation specialist with the Oklahoma Counseling/Health Network, where she worked with individuals of all ages with a wide range of physical, behavioral and cognitive impairments. She most recently worked as a specialist with the University of Oklahoma National Center for Disability Education and Training to provide assistance to individuals receiving Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplementary Income benefits while they were working or seeking employment. She is certified as a behavioral health rehabilitation specialist and holds provisional certification as a community work incentive coordinator.
While a student at RSU, Cagle served as a mentor/tutor for Student Support Services working with incoming freshman who were considered in at risk categories, including low income, first generation or disabled. She was a member of the RSU Honors Program, Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society and the Alpha Chi Honors Society.
This spring, Cagle is planning to complete a master’s degree in theological studies from Liberty University Theological Seminary.
For more information, call the Office of Student Affairs at 918-343-7579.