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Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes

As a result of engaging with Student Disability Services, students will:

  • Understand their rights and responsibilities, the appropriate accommodation request processes, and how to fully access approved accommodations.
  • Be able to address access barriers and academic difficulties through reflection, critical thought, and problem-solving.
  • Be able to demonstrate self-awareness in articulating functional limitations in relation to access barriers.
  • Be able to self-advocate with SDS and faculty when encountering an access barrier.
  • Demonstrate interpersonal and leadership skills as peer mentors.
  • Be able to exhibit civic and community responsibility.
  • Be able to identify disability-inclusive practices in various settings.
  • Know how to utilize assistive technologies needed for equitable access.

Program Outcomes

As a result of engaging with students, Student Disability Services will:

  • Provide accommodations to students that provide equitable access to all aspects of campus life.
  • Provide support to students with disabilities to assist with the transition to college, the use of accommodations, and access to campus.
  • Provide relevant training opportunities about disability and inclusive practices to the campus community.
  • Engage the campus community to enhance the accessibility of programs and resources.
  • Make program improvements based on ongoing assessment and evaluation.