Disability accommodations

Applying for disability accommodations through the Student Accessibility Services is an interactive process with each individual student to determine reasonable accommodations, collaboratively. Students, faculty, staff, and SAS are dedicated to creating an inclusive learning environment.

Available Services & Accommodations are:
Alternate, distraction reduced test environment
Extended Test Time
Note-taking technology and services
Electronic textbooks
Text-to-speech software
Sign language interpreting services
Assistive Technology
Referrals to on-campus and off-campus resources
Reduced course load
Scribe

There are hundreds of qualifying disabilities such as, Anxiety
Depression, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Medical/Physical Conditions.

Concerns are: needing classroom accommodations, problems with ADA accommodations, want to receive an assessment to determine if you have a disability, struggling academically and don't know why.