Disability Services Policies & Procedures

At Disability Services, we desire to help all students with disabilities obtain equal access & learn about how our policies and procedures can assist you.

Accommodation Policies & Procedures

Alternate Format
Braille Enlarged Course Materials E-text
Alternative Testing
Calculator Computer for Testing Enlarged Tests
Extra Time Food and Drink During Testing Memory Aid
Memory Aid Protocol for Instructors Other Testing Accommodations Private Room
Reader Reduced Distraction Scribe or Typist
Spell Checker Supervised Breaks Tests Given Orally by Instructor
White Noise-Music
Assistive Technology
Adaptive Keyboard FM Loop Library Computer
Specialized Software Transformer
Classroom Access
Accessible Computer Chair/Table/Step Stool  
Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Captioned Media CART Sign Language Interpreting
Typewell
Flexibility
Flexibility for Attendance Flexibility for Leaving/Re-entering Class Flexibility for Movement in Classroom
Notetaking Services
PowerPoint and Class Handouts Laptop/Tablet for Notes Record Lectures
Volunteer Notetaker

Service Animals

Under title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act regulation at 28 C.F.R.35.104, "Service animal" is defined as a dog "individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability..." Dogs or minature horses are the only animals recognized by the law as service animals.


Service animals must be trained to provide work or tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability, such as providing alerts to take medication, doing rescue work, pulling a wheelchair or fetching dropped items.


For more information and frequently asked questions about service animals, see our FAQ sheet


Contact Us

Salem Campus
Building 2, Room 174
Phone: 503.399.5192
Fax: 503.399.6178
E-mail Disability Services