Students with approved documentation are eligible to receive reasonable and appropriate accommodations determined on a case-by-case basis. These services may include, but are not limited to:
- Alternative testing procedures
- Extended time (requests must be made at least seven days prior to the exam)
- Reduced distraction location
- Computer use
- Note takers and Livescribe Pens
- E-text and Reading Software
- Enlarged print
- American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters
- Assistive technology assessment
Students are encouraged to request a letter each semester to notify their instructors of their classroom accommodations. We recommend that students register with Disability Resources and formalize services, even if they may not be required during the semester. Circumstances may change, and this assures notification is set up in advance. Access coordinators are available to work with instructors and to provide disability-specific resources to better inform their work with students as needed.
See the University's non-academic accommodations page for information on how to set up housing, dining, and transportation accommodations.