At Disability Services, we desire to help all students with disabilities obtain equal access & learn about how our policies and procedures can assist you.
|Braille||Enlarged Course Materials||E-text|
|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|
|Adaptive Keyboard||FM Loop||Library Computer|
|Accessible Computer||Chair/Table/Step Stool|
|Deaf and Hard of Hearing|
|Captioned Media||CART||Sign Language Interpreting|
|Flexibility for Attendance||Flexibility for Leaving/Re-entering Class||Flexibility for Movement in Classroom|
|PowerPoint and Class Handouts||Laptop/Tablet for Notes||Record Lectures|
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