Below are lists of typical accommodations. Which accommodations you qualify for are determined on an individual basis, taking into account your individual needs and supporting documentation.
- Recorded Lectures
- Copies of PowerPoints, notes, etc.
- Note Taker
- FM System
- Sign-Language Interpreter
- Preferential Seating
- Adaptive Furniture
- Flexible Attendance
- Able to Leave Classroom
- Proctored Exam
- Extended Time
- Reduced Distraction Location
- Computer for Testing
- Text to Voice
- Voice to Text
- No Penalty for Spelling/Grammar
- Enlarged Copies for Test
The items below are just some of the types of
resources the AT Lab has available.
- Talking Scientific Calculator
- Magnifier-Transformer USB
- Dictation Program (Voice to Text)
- Magnifier/Reader (DaVinci)
- ZoomText Program
- Note-Taking Tools
- Digital Texts (Text to Voice)
- FM System
- Dietary Accommodations
Dining and Summer Conference has a Registered Dietician on staff who is available to consult with students who have dietary needs related to allergies or a disability/medical condition. Consultation with the dietician is encouraged before seeking exemption from the requirement for students living on campus to purchase a meal plan.
- Housing Accommodations
Residential Living considers a wide variety of housing accommodation requests, including single room placement due to disability/medical condition and exemption from the on-campus residency requirement for first and second year students.
- Priority Registration
DATC staff will consider requests for priority registration on a case-by-case basis.
- Service Animal
Service animals are dogs or mini-horses trained to perform tasks or duties for a person with a disability. Students with service animals are encouraged to register with DATC to facilitate access to campus facilities (including housing).
- Emotional Support Animal
Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are allowed as a housing accommodation when the student can document a therapeutic benefit to residing with an animal. Students seeking approval for ESAs should contact DATC and consult with a staff member about the review process. Certificates or registrations from online registries or similar verification services are typically not considered sufficient documentation of therapeutic benefit.