- priority registration;
- extended time for exams;
- sign language interpreters;
- books in alternative formats such as Braille, books on tape, and large print;
- tape recording of lectures;
- note-taking assistance; and
- testing environments with reduced distractions.
Even computers are more accessible. Features include the following:
- screen reader applications;
- screen magnifier applications;
- large monitors;
- disabled-accessible workstations;
- ergonomic keyboards;
- Braille translation software; and
- voice-to-text software.
This list does not include all the services and equipment available. If you have a specific accommodation request, please inform DSS.
Temporary Disabilities: Some examples of temporary impairments can include, but are not limited to, broken extremities, hand injuries, or torn ligaments. Students needing temporary accommodations should complete the DSS registration process by submitting an application through the DSS Student Portal along with documentation of their temporary impairment. For more information on documentation for temporary disabilities, please refer to the guidelines for documentation of disabilities.
DSS does not provide financial aid, attendant (personal) care, transportation services, or tutoring.