In order to facilitate equitable access, Student Disability Services (SDS) and the University offer a wide array of reasonable accommodations.
Once accommodations are determined, SDS, unless specified by the student, will automatically generate Faculty Notification Letters at the beginning of each semester, which will inform your professors of the accommodations you are entitled to receive. Due to confidentiality, SDS will not inform your professors of any documentation or disability specific information.
In order to facilitate equitable access, Student Disability Services and the University offers a wide array of accommdations, including:
These accommodations are used in the classroom setting and may include note-taking assistance, reading software, recorded lectures, etc.
These accommodations are used during exams and quizzes. These accommodations may include no scantron, extended time for exams, distraction reduced environment, use of a computer for written portions, etc.
Print Accommodations are used for printed class materials (i.e., handouts), and alternative formatting. This may include digitization of books, brailled books, etc.
Other accommodations may include priority registration, reduced course load, accessible classroom location, etc.