AccommodationsCampus accommodations are provided to students who complete an intake with the ARC Office and present disability limitations that warrant specific accommodations. The ARC staff works closely with faculty and external resources to provide appropriate and effective accommodations. Below are some examples of campus accommodations that registered ARC students receive based on their individual needs.

  • Testing Accommodations may include extra time, alternate testing location, use of a reader and/or scribe, use of Assistive Technology, enlarged print or alternate text format exams.
  • Recording device or laptop use in class
  • Access to one-on-one and/or small group tutoring or tutoring in a distraction-free environment
  • Computer Lab Assistance
  • Sign Language Interpreter
  • Reading Software (Kurzweil, Zoom Text, Read and Write Gold, JAWS)
  • Large print or other alternate text formats
  • Class notes provided
  • Classes relocated to accessible locations
  • Other academic accommodations specific to student disability