Disability ServicesAccommodations and Support Services
Reasonable accommodations are adjustments to policies, practices and procedures that “level the playing field” for students with disabilities, as long as such adjustments do not lessen academic or programmatic requirements.
Accommodation plans and services are designed to match the disability-related needs of each student, and are determined according to documented needs and the student’s program requirements.
Accommodations are determined case by case, after Disability Services considers both the student’s needs as described in his or her disability documentation and the technical academic standards of his or her course or program.
Faculty may also consult with Disability Services on the final determination of accommodations for each of their courses and for each student. Some accommodations may be appropriate in one course or program, but not in another.
Click on the following for more information about accommodations and support services.
- Assistive Technology and Alternate Format Materials
- Attendance and Course Deadlines for Students with Disabilities
- Foreign Language Substitution
- Housing Accommodations
- Service and Assistance Animals
- Sign-Language Interpreting and Speech-to-text Services
- Testing Accommodations