The law requires colleges and universities to make reasonable accommodations for all students with documented disabilities, without compromising the integrity of the academic standard or degree. The Director of the Office of Disability Services will determine the appropriate accommodation based on documentation and the degree of limitation of the individual with a disability. Students self-identify for services with the Office of Disability Services and voluntarily provide faculty and service providers with a letter from the Office of Disability Services. Examples of reasonable accommodations may include, but are not limited to: extended time for testing, interpreters, note-taking assistance, use of tape recorders, use of colored overlays, large tables and seating space, small-group or individual test environments, accessible housing, accessible parking, readers for exams, books on tape, alternate forms, etc.
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