Online Requests

To book an exam accommodation or to order a text in alternate format, visit

Classroom Accommodations

Depending on the barriers that you experience in a classroom or lab environment, it may work well for you to have access to accommodations and services including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Peer note taker to record notes on non-carbonized note-taking paper that makes two copies
  • Permission to record lectures
  • Use of a note taking device (e.g., laptop)
  • Use of an assistive listening device to amplify volume of speaker's voice
  • Sign language interpretation
  • Communication Real-time translation services (CART) reporting
  • Preferential seating
  • Access to copies of power point slides in advance
  • Access to alternate formats of handout materials
  • Educational assistant to facilitate access to technology, visually presented materials, or social coaching

The SSD Handbook provides detailed information on the various services facilitated by Access and Disability Resources. We encourage you to take a look at it.