The process of providing and receiving accommodations is a shared responsibility between the student, instructor, and Campus Accessibility Services. Please see Rights and Responsibilities of Students with Disabilities for details. Campus Accessibility Services works collaboratively with the student and faculty in this shared responsibility. The level of involvement faculty will have in the accommodation process will vary depending upon the type of accommodation provided, the setting for the accommodation, and the functional limitation of the student’s disability.
Instructors who have been notified by the student through a Letter of Academic Accommodations are responsible for the following:
- Support and implement reasonable accommodations as indicated in the Letter of Academic Accommodation presented to you by the student.
- Contact the AcademicTechnology in the Lamson Learning Commons for assistance with course materials to include captioning, Moodle and other related technology needs.
- Accessibility of course materials which may include hand-outs, course evaluations, and exams in enlarged format.
- Syllabus Statement directing students to Campus Accessibility Services.
- Consult with Campus Accessibility Services if any questions or concerns arise regarding accommodations or disability-related issues
- Provide hand scanners for students to convert print texts to accessible PDFs
- Provide test accommodations of extended time and a separate room
- Computer access for essay/scanned exams
- Review and keep on file all documentation
- Determine appropriate and reasonable accommodations on a case-by-case basis
- Letter of Academic Accommodations when requested by student
- Interpreter, CART requests
- Note takers
- Provide Campus Accessibility Services with appropriate documentation
- Request accommodations within established time frames
- Request Letter of Academic Accommodations each semester
- Provide faculty with Letter of Academic Accommodations
- Discuss accommodation needs with faculty
- Inform CAS of concerns or questions related to accommodations or disability-related issues
- Meet all essential qualifications and standards for courses and programs