If it is determined that a student is eligible to receive services, appropriate accommodations will be determined by a Disability Services staff member in consultation with instructors and appropriate campus personnel, as needed. Possible accommodations include, but are not limited to:
- Determining appropriate scheduling and location of courses.
- Priority registration for those students whose accommodations necessitate these course arrangements.
- Alternative Text Requests
- Access to class notes.
- Alternative testing, which may include (but is not limited to) extended time on tests, distraction-reduced rooms, a reader, a scribe, large print, special lighting, use of a computer.
- Assistive Technology lab access.
- Reduced course load option.
- Technology adaptations.
Tutoring and small group instruction is provided to undergraduate students who have disabilities. This service is facilitated through Student Support Services (TRIO office). Tutoring supports students in developing basic learning skills, while classes are offered to further extend the learning in key areas: computer skills, reading improvement, and study skills. Individual tutoring is available for English, writing, math, chemistry, biology, physics, and many other areas.