Accommodations

A DRC staff member will assist you in setting up your initial accommodations. A decision regarding accommodations will be made based on documentation, impact of disability, and history of accommodation. Possible accommodations could include:

  • Testing Accommodations such as:
    • Extended time on quizzes, tests, or exams
    • Low distraction testing environment
    • Test Reader or Scribe
    • Use of Assistive Technology
  • Note-taker Services
  • Permission to audio record lectures
  • Access to print copies of PowerPoint slides or overheads
  • Course materials in alternative format
  • Priority Registration
  • Reduced Course Load
  • Math or foreign language course substitutions (For more information, contact Beth Roland.)
  • Textbooks in alternative format (For more information, contact Kayla Weaver.)
  • Educational or Lab Assistant
  • Interpreting/Captioning Services (For more information, contact Anthony DeSantis.)
  • Use of an Assistive Listening device (For more information, contact Gabriella McIntyre.)
     

If you have any issues or concerns regarding your accommodations, please contact your DRC learning specialist at 352-392-8565.