The ADA does not require colleges to provide personal assistants, individual personal tutors, or personal assistive technology. Accommodations are not made which would reduce academic expectations, alter the curriculum or […]
What are some examples of accommodations that are not made or arranged by the Disability Resources & Access Office?
These rights include: Equal access to the educational, services and programs Reasonable and effective accommodations according to the student’s disability Confidentiality Respectful and fair treatment
Contact the Disability Resources & Access Office. Submit current and appropriate documentation of disability which determines eligibility and supports your request for accommodations. Meet with Disability Resources & Access staff to […]
Follow the steps to receive accommodations. Initiate all services and do so in a timely manner. Participate in an interactive intake meeting with the Disability Resources & Access coordinator. Seek […]
Encourage the student to contact a member of the Disability Resources & Access staff. You may want to contact the office yourself to follow up on your referral.