In order to facilitate equitable access, support services are provided, which may include tutoring, academic monitoring and mentoring, as well as help with organization and study skills. Also, reasonable accommodations might include extended time for exams, exams given in a distraction reduced setting, note takers in class, audio taping of class lectures, assistive technology, alternate testing formats, converting textbooks to accessible formats, sign language interpreters, books on tape and Brailled books or class material.
Student Disability Services and the University offers a wide array of accommdations, including:
In Class Accommodations
These accommodations are used in the classroom setting and may include note-taking, reading software, recorded lectures, etc.
These accommodations are used during exams and quizzes. These accommodations may include no scantron, extended time for texting, distraction reduced environment, use of a computer for written portions, etc.
Print Accommodations are used for printed materials in class (i.e., handouts), and alternative formatting.
Other accommodations may include priority registration, housing or dining accommodations, accessible classroom location, etc.
Please use the navigation menu to the left for information regarding the various types of accomodations, including the processes related to each.