Office of Disability Services

Faculty Guide: Accommodations

Accommodations are designed to level the playing field for students with a disability. For example, a student who is blind would read the same book, take the same tests, and complete the same coursework as their peers, but accomplish these goals by a different means. The Office of Disability Services is here to assist faculty and students in these accommodations. 

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Classroom Accommodations

What accommodations might look like in your classroom. 

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Remote Accommodations

How do we accommodate students in our remote/flexible delivery environment? 

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Course Attendance Accommodations

What does attendance accommodation look like?

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Accommodations Outside the Classroom

Accommodations that are necessary for students to be successful in a course but happen outside of class time.