Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is committed to the inclusion, equity, and diversity of all students; therefore, the needs of each individual who registers with Student Accessibility Services are considered on a case-by-case basis.
This interactive process allows us to meet with each individual student to determine reasonable accommodations, collaboratively. Students, faculty, staff, and SAS are dedicated to creating an inclusive learning environment.
Available Services & Accommodations
- Alternate, distraction reduced test environment
- Extended Test Time
- Note-taking technology and services
- Electronic textbooks
- Text-to-speech software
- Sign language interpreting services
- Assistive Technology
- Referrals to on-campus and off-campus resources
- Reduced course load
- And more
All services are individualized to meet the documented needs of each student, so please contact us directly for more information.
Students who are already registered with SAS, who believe they are encountering disability-related barriers, may request a “re-evaluation” meeting by contacting SAS. Re-evaluation meetings are opportunities to review documentation currently on file, evaluate newly submitted documentation (if applicable), and utilize the interactive process to determine if new or different accommodations may remove barriers in the educational environment.
Student Accessibility Services appreciates your assistance in improving the accessibility of our campus by reporting accessibility barriers you encounter.
Examples of barriers include:
- A broken elevator
- An inoperable automatic door
- A damaged access ramp or curb cut
To fill out an online service ticket, please use the Accessibility Barrier Button below.