Students needing classes relocated to an accessible location, interpreter/captionist
services, E-text, Braille and tables put in classrooms, notify Disability Services as soon as possible so there is ample time to make these arrangements.
First Week of Class
Arrive early to secure the best possible seating.
If using interpreters or captionists, save them a seat.
Obtain copies of syllabus, outlines, required texts, and faculty’s office hours. Organize
each class syllabus, outlines, notes and calendar in a notebook.
Print Accommodation Letters and identify yourself to your instructors, preferably
during office hours, to discuss accommodations. Do this early in the semester and
no later than three business days prior to the examination date.
If you are coordinating your own note taking services, find a note taker and give
them the Note Taker Information Form. Once the note taker has the form, he or she
If you have concerns about your accommodations, report them to us as soon as possible.
If you receive a grade report, be absolutely sure that you are enrolled in every class
listed on that report.
Students performing poorly for disability-related reasons should meet with their Disability
Ensure your account has no holds that may affect registration for the next semester.
If you have more than three final exams in a 24 hour period, make arrangements with
your instructors to have a test moved. This must be completed no later than the last
day to drop/resign from the university.
Check your final examination schedule. Submit required exam request forms online at
least one week prior to the exam date.
Talk with your instructors to find out if they foresee any problem in administering