"Its not an easy campus to get around but we can't bulldoze the hills. We are limited to what we can do to fix our building's because they are old and in order to keep the historic structure while making it more wheel chair accessible, its difficult," said Director for USC student disability service, Karen Pettus.
Disability Services works with students dealing with all sorts of disabilities and focuses on accommodating students needs around campus. Their building is off Greene Street in the LeConte College building.
Ironically, the disability service office is one of the worst building's to access around campus.
"We have two accessible parking spots at the front but the entrance has stairs. That means they have to wheel around the back to enter the automatic door," said Pettus.
Construction at LeConte College is also closing access to the back of the building.
Disability Services offers bus transportation and will pick up those unable to drive or walk to class.
An elevator is currently being installed between the Coliseum and Darla Moore Business School to make it easier to get to class.