Students needing to receive accommodations due to the impact of a disability must complete the Registration Form, submit documentation and meet with an Accommodation Coordinator. For more information, visit the Register with SDS page.
Students requiring temporary accommodations may complete the online Temporary Injury-Illness Registration Form and contact SDS to schedule a temporary intake with an Accommodations Coordinator.
To request materials in an alternate format, please complete this form. For each book, be sure to fill out all required fields on the online form. Make sure to submit a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver it to 100 Dunford Hall.
To request an Interpreter or Transcriber, please complete the form above. Requests should be made at least two weeks prior to the event. Requests submitted in less than two weeks will be accepted, and all attempts will be made to provide services. However, understand that at times, it may be impossible for SDS to accommodate a delayed request. Please contact SDS for associated fees.
Students requesting exam accommodations in the Testing Center with less than 7 days required notice must complete this form. Unless you receive confirmation from SDS, you must take your exam as scheduled in the classroom or make arrangements with your professor.
Instructors who have received an accommodation letter for a student with disability enrolled in their course and in need of accessible media may complete this form with as early notice as possible. Instructors are encouraged to complete the captioning request form prior to the start of the semester or two weeks prior to the date the media is to be shown.
Please complete this form if you have experienced a barrier on campus. You will be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity website, where the form resides. One of their staff members will follow up with you.