Students wishing to receive accommodations must register with the SSD office.
Some students may obtain access to the content of classes and campus events by using a court recording system called Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART).
Our office provides Modern Language Aptitude Test (MLAT) testing twice a semester.
The next MLAT test (Spring/Summer) will be Friday, June 14th, 10:00am-12:00pm in 1448 Mason Hall.
How do I go about seeing someone at SSD if a Professor has recommended I see someone about a possible disability?
If a text is not currently available in the required format, SSD can assist the student in devising an alternative way to read the book.
The SSD office is equipped to produce E-text for our students with print-related disabilities.
The student may choose to receive electronic or hand-written notes provided by a paid student note-taker.
The SSD office can provide sign language interpreters for academic purposes.
If a video/DVD to be shown in class is not captioned, SSD has the capability to create a captioned version upon request.
SSD can facilitate the loaning of equipment and materials including (but not limited to):
Please contact our office to request assistance with this service.
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