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Academic Accommodations

Through a consultation process with a DSPS Advisor, reasonable accommodations may be determined to meet the student’s individual needs. 

Accommodations May Include but are not limited to:

  • Test taking accommodations
  • DSPS Tutoring
  • Note taking accommodations
  • Furniture/Preferential Seating
  • Educational Assistance
  • Priority Registration 
  • Alternate Media 
    (e.g., digital text, Kurzweil 3000, Braille)
  • Card to Bypass Lines
  • Sign Language Interpreters/Real Time Captioners
  • Liaison with faculty and community
    (e.g., Department of Rehabilitation)

Specialized Equipment (examples):

  • Digital Recorder or Smart Pen
  • Assistive Listening Device
  • Portable Closed Circuit TV
    (distance and/or print magnification) 

Computer Access:

  • Adapted Keyboard/Mouse
  • Screen Readers
  • 27” Monitors/or touchscreen
  • Text to Speech Applications
  • Screen Magnification
  • Speech to Text Software