Students with disabilities may register early for courses prior to the normal pre-registration period.
Depending on an individual's needs, the University offers special arrangements for oral testing, extended times for examinations, test readers, distraction reduced testing, and computers for testing.
Depending on an individual's needs, the University creates accommodations to make the classroom environment fit the student's disability needs. Accessible classroom relocations can be made through the Office of Special Services on an as needed basis for students who use wheelchairs or are mobility impaired.
Learning, Physical/Medical, Psychological and ADD/ADHD Disabilities
Services include (but are not limited to) making arrangements for: oral testing, secluded testing, tape-recording in classes, note-taking assistance, extended-time testing and readers for test situations.
We will also assist students in petitioning the Student Standing Committee for any warranted substitutions as per submitted documentation.
Blindness or Visual Impairments
Services include providing assistance in obtaining alternate forms of text materials needed. Assistive technology may be available at the Gumberg Library.
We work closely with various state and nonprofit agencies to coordinate the services of interpreters for students with hearing impairments.