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Classroom Accommodations

Accommodations in the Classroom

Sometimes, people with differences also need different supports and accommodations in the classroom. We work with instructors to help students reach for their unlimited potential. Each accommodation is according to each unique need and provided through an individual and interactive process.


Commonly Requested Accommodations

Accommodations, support services, and programs that are available to qualified students may include but are not limited to: 

  1. Disability-related counseling and advising
  2. Connection with community and campus resources
  3. Priority Registration
  4. On-campus mobility assistance (shuttle services)
  5. Note Taking
    • Notes from a volunteer
    • Notes from Otter A.I. 
  6. Audio Record Class
    • Recording from your own device
    • Recording from a device you borrow from us
  7. Assistive Technologies
    • Audio Recorders
    • Sign Glasses
    • Braillers
    • Screen Reader
    • Assistive reading devices 
  8. Oral and sign language interpreters
    • In-person interpreting
    • Sign language interpreting through zoom
    • Sign language interpreting through assistive technology called Sign Glasses
  9. Transcription and captioning
  10. Accessible formats of instructional materials
  11. Alternative furniture

    • Alternative seating

    • Alternative tables

  12. Supplemental specialized orientation to acquaint students with the campus environment
  13. Test accommodation
    • Extended time
    • Proctoring
    • Adapting the mode or presentation without changing content such as scribing
    • Alternative format
    • Distraction-reduced environment
    • Distraction-free environment
  14. Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals
  15. Class Aides
  16. Remote Instruction or Alternate Assignments
  17. Temporary disability
  18. Housing
  19. Consultation with faculty for students