Campus Operations Advisory

Information and updates regarding COVID-19Updated: June 1, 2020

Learning Diagnostic Clinic

Due to COVID-19, LDC staff are working remotely. Our physical office will not be open during the week, but we are closely monitoring email during our normal business hours of 8 am-5 pm, Monday through Friday. For the most updated information, please visit MSU’s Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19).


To schedule-a-test for the Summer 2020 semester please go online to the Library Testing Center website listed below.

      The Library Testing Center hours will very throughout the summer.

      Library Testing Center website:


National Student Employment Week
            April 13-17, 2020

     Thank you student workers for all you do!



We welcome you to the Learning Diagnostic Clinic (LDC) at Missouri State University. The Learning Diagnostic Clinic provides services and support with care and concern to each individual student. Our collaborative approach helps ensure that students with Learning Disabilities or those otherwise qualified are able to access and participate in the extraordinary array of academics available at Missouri State University.

A commitment to providing equal access to all academic programs is consistent with civil rights legislation including section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The Learning Diagnostic Clinic strives to move beyond compliance in offering you an experience that will enrich your academic life.

We are open to questions and inquiries from all students at Missouri State University. If you are unsure about disclosing your disability, need evaluations that diagnose a disability, or if you need services for an existing disability we would appreciate an opportunity to meet with you.

Contact Information

Learning Diagnostic Clinic
Meyer Alumni Center
300 South Jefferson, Suite 502
Springfield, Missouri 65806

417-836-4787  |   Fax 417-836-5475