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- Students must self-identify their need for accommodations and self-advocate at all times.
- Students must meet with Carrie Pierson, Senior Director of the Center for Academic & Professional Performance (CAPP) / ADA Coordinator to discuss accommodation eligibility. Arrangements for accommodations are made on an individual basis and are designed to equalize access to educational opportunities.
- Students must sign a release form so that the Senior Director of the CAPP and ADA Coordinator can communicate with course instructors.
- A set of letters listing the appropriate accommodations will be prepared. Students can pick-up their letters at the CAPP and hand deliver them to their professors.
- Students must present their accommodation letters to their professors within three days of receiving the letters, in order to receive exam accommodations. Professors need sufficient notice.
- Students should schedule an appointment with the Senior Director of the CAPP & ADA Coordinator if; they need to modify their accommodations request; they are experiencing academic difficulties; or they have questions or need advice.
- Students should arrange an individual appointment with their professors to discuss their accommodation needs during the first week of the semester.
- Late requests for accommodations may cause a delay in the requested services.
- Student must meet with the administrative assistant for the CAPP, who will coordinate routine testing accommodations and oversee testing center procedures.
- Students must sign an agreement acknowledging their understanding of the accommodation process and agreeing to adhere to testing center procedures.
For more information
- Carrie Pierson, Senior Director of the Center for Academic & Professional Performance/ ADA Coordinator
- University Commons 312