Sample Accomodations

  • Accessible campus housing with appropriate living-space modifications
  • Relocation of classes into accessible buildings
  • Exam modifications, such as extended time or testing in a solitary environment
  • Note-taking assistance
  • Preferential classroom seating
  • Books in an alternate format: The Advising Office refers students to the non-profit organization, Recordings for the Blind & Dyslexic, which requires an individual membership fee. Alternative arrangements will be made if a text is not available through RFB&D.
  • Regular meetings with instructors to check for understanding of course content
  • Permission to use a spell-checking device for in-class writing assignments

Students may be responsible for related expenses.