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  • Sample Accommodations


Below is a list of some common accommodations.  Please note that accommodations are approved on a case-by-case basis.  Not all accommodations are appropriate for all disabilities.

  • Time 1/2 on tests or testing in a solitary/low distraction environment
  • Housing or meal plan accommodations (handled by Residence Life)
  • Relocation of classes into accessible buildings and classrooms
  • Permission to audio record lectures
  • Access to lecture notes or PowerPoint slides
  • Books in alternative formats, such as audio or PDF
  • Permission to use a laptop for in-class writing assignments or note-taking
  • Permission to take breaks, as needed, during class
  • Use of a calculator if it does not compromise course objectives
  • Assistance breaking down large assignments into smaller steps