Individualized Testing PolicyStudents with disabilities who receive testing accommodations are responsible for informing instructors each time they plan on utilizing these accommodations (as verified by the disabilities advisor) by:
Note-taking Assistance ProcedureStudents whose documentation warrants note-taking assistance must sign the accommodation agreement at the beginning of each term and meet with their advisor to determine how notes will be obtained.
Alternate Format ProcedureStudents who require alternate access to printed material may receive textbooks in alternate format (as determined by the disabilities advisor). Please contact your advisor for more information.
Service Animal Procedure The Center for Academic Support will determine the appropriateness of a service animal based on whether a student has a disability and the role of the service animal. To request the presence of a service animal, the student must meet with a Disability Advisor.
Classroom Relocation PolicyStudents with limited mobility and/or physical challenges are assisted by having their classrooms moved to an accessible location. Students needing such an accommodation should participate in the priority scheduling process so that accessible classrooms can be arranged.
It is the student’s responsibility to:
Technical StandardsBecause some programs of study at the university have technical standards and requirements, applicants and students with special needs or physical disabilities should contact the Director of the Center for Academic Support at 980-598-1510 to discuss the availability of reasonable accommodations where appropriate, that do not compromise the integrity of the program.
Copies of the technical standards applicable to various programs are published in the catalog.