Listed below are descriptions of some of the accommodations we provide. This is not an exhaustive list of what is available, students receive different accommodations based on their documentation. It is the students responsibility to utilize the approved accommodations and follow the guidelines, policies and procedures indicated by Disability Services for Students.
- Adaptive equipment
- Alternative Text Format
- Dietary alternatives
- Echo Smart Pen
- Extended test time
- Housing accommodations
- Permission to record lectures
- Permission to use calculator
- Reduced course load
- Reduced distraction test environment
- Sign language interpreter
- Word processor for exams with significant amounts of writing
Requests for Accommodations
College students have the right to choose to disclose or not to disclose their disability. If students choose not to disclose, then they will not receive accommodations. The College is not required to provide accommodations to students who do not self-disclose their disability.
Early consultation increases the likelihood that all the necessary services and accommodations are in place by the beginning of each term.
Faculty and staff are not obligated to accommodate any student whose request is not made in a timely manner and is not conveyed in a letter from Disability Services or the Learning Center.
Please click on the links you need below:
- Letter of Accommodation
- Housing Accommodations
- Student Responsibilities
- Faculty Responsibilities