Classroom Accommodations

The Office of Disability Resources provides various types of accommodations based on individual disability related needs.  Classroom accommodations include those needed within the learning and testing environment.  While accommodations are determined based on the current functional impact of a disability and determined through an interactive process between an ODR specialist and the student, some common examples are below:

  1. Extended time on Exams
  2. Reduced Distraction Environment for Testing
  3. Use of Assistive Technology in class and during exams
  4. Use of Sign Language Interpreting or other third-party service
  5. Notetaking Assistance