What is an accommodation?
Disability Services provides accommodations and other services to students who a have documented disability(ies).
Accommodations are individualized and are intended to minimize the impact a disability has on an individual's performance in an educational setting. Accommodations must be reasonable, appropriate and must provide students with disabilities meaningful access to the University's academic programs.
- Advance access to syllabi
- Alternative print formats (large print, audio, Braille, etc.)
- Assistive technology
- Auxiliary aids
- Early advising
- Laboratory access
- Library access and assistance
- Note takers
- Priority registration
- Service animals
- Tape-recorded lectures
- Test accommodations
Who qualifies for an accommodation?
Any student or prospective student with a documented disability. Documentation of disability must be provided when requesting accommodations.
- Eligibility for Accommodations
- Procedures for Obtaining Accommodations
- Documentation Guidelines
- Test Accommodations Request