Coronavirus Update

All academic classes will be held remotely for summer semester and course information indicates whether they have set meet times or no meet times. Physical access to Dayton and Lake campuses is restricted to essential personnel. Read more.

Office of Disability Services (ODS)

Academic Support

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Academic services are designed to assist students with disabilities in meeting all academic requirements at the university.

Eligible students may receive accommodations such as:

Advising

  • Students may meet with case managers to discuss issues regarding disabilities and academic accommodations.

Classroom/Laboratory Accommodations

  • Furniture accommodations
  • Lab assistance

Note Taking

Reader/Writer Services

  • Reader: reads printed course materials aloud to student
  • Writer: writes/types content as student dictates (scribe)

Beginning July 1, 2016, out of class Reader/Writer services offered through the Office of Disability Services will be discontinued.

Test Proctoring Services

  • extended test time
  • testing environment with reduced distractions
  • assistive technology/software
  • reading or writing assistance (test proctor/scribe), Scantron assistance