Below are some examples of possible academic and programmatic accommodations offered by Student Disability Services. Please note that any accommodation is granted on a case-by-case and highly individualized basis based on the functional limitations described in the documentation paperwork and by the student.  

Possible Academic Accommodations

  • Relaxed Attendance Policies
  • Note-Taking Software
  • Reasonable Extended Deadlines
  • Preferential Seating
  • Assistive Technology  
  • Accessible Classroom Furniture
  • Lab Assistance
  • Text Materials in Alternative Formats
  • Closed Captioning
  • Sign Language Interpreter 

Possible Testing Accommodations

  • Extended Time
  • Distraction-Reduced Testing Environment
  • WP with Spell Check
  • Scribe
  • Oral Testing
  • Large Print
  • Braille

Possible Program Accommodations

  • Priority Registration
  • Classroom Access (if physical location is inaccessible)
  • Reduced Course Load (less than 12 credit hours per semester)
  • Adapted Physical Education Requirement
  • Adapted Foreign Language Requirement
  • Accommodations for Clinicals, Internships, and Field Experience

What is Not an Academic Accommodation 

  • Individual instruction
  • Class specific tutoring
  • Personal care attendant
  • Changing course content, structure, or teaching style.
  • Pregnant or Parenting?  (For accommodations related to pregnancy or parenting please contact the Title IX Coordinator)