Faculty and Staff
Many of your students will be requesting academic accommodations for your courses. These accommodations might include extra time on tests, a note taker, enlarged handouts and readers. This information outlines the procedures that students follow to obtain their accommodations.
Faculty involvement - General information
- Confidentiality and Disability Guidelines for Faculty
- Syllabus Statement
- Project and Paper extension policies
- Language of Disability
- Referal of a Student to the Offices of DisAbility Services
- Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A professor's guide. (video)
- Learning Disability/ADD
- Psychological Disorders
- Chronic Medical Disorder
- Mobility and Access
- Blindness and Visual Impairments
- Deafness and Hard of Hearing
- A Quick-Guide to Understanding the Student with Asperger’s Syndrome
This website gives faculty and staff helpful tips on how to work with a disability.
The website "Equality and Excellence in Higher Education" discusses how universal course design can increase access for all students including those with disabilities.
Fast Facts for Faculty
An online training curriculum for college faculty and administrators with an emphasis on teaching and accommodating students with a disability.