Services For Individuals with Disabilities

The services you are eligible to receive depend on what is indicated in
your documentation. Below is a list of some of the types of services
that may be available to you.

 

  • Extended time on tests and quizzes in a distraction-reduced
    environment.
  • Premier Literary Tools
  • Note takers or shared notes
  • Tutors
  • Use of a tape recorder in the classroom or LiveScribe
  • Advocacy aid
  • Study skills assistance
  • Priority course registration
  • Use of specialized equipment and software in the Center for
    Academic Support and Excellence (CASE)
  • Handicapped parking
  • Loan of specialized equipment
  • Acquisition of E-Textbooks from publishers is subject to availability
  • Special classroom seating


    Notice of requested accommodation(s) must be provided to faculty members in a reasonable period of time in advance of need each semester.

A person with a disability is: "any person who (1) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities (2) has a history of such impairment or (3) is regarded as having such impairment. Substantial impairment means that an individual cannot perform the life activity at all, or that he or she is limited in the condition, manner, or duration of the activity. Major life activities include, but are not limited to, walking, seeing, breathing, learning, thinking, concentrating, working or performing manual tasks."

 

Please note: Not all curriculum textbooks are available in E-Textbook
format from the publisher. All students have access to the Premier Scan/read program.

 
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