If you need an accommodation for a documented visible, invisible, and/or temporary disability, contact Accessibility Services so you can get the most out of your university experience. Sample accessibility services can include:

  • Campus accessibility
  • Confidential consultations
  • Test, exam, and classroom accommodation
  • Assistance with grants
  • Assistance with adaptive technology
  • Note-taking, tutoring, mentoring
  • Use of a scribe or reader during testing
  • Learning strategy support
  • Assistance with self-advocacy
  • Transition planning with high school students
  • Alternate formats of textbooks (digital/.pdf)

Additionally – if you cannot wear a mask, you will need an accommodation from Accessibility Services. Do this before classes begin if possible.