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Academic accommodations are designed to ensure access to course content and programming while mitigating disability-related functional limitations that may adversely impact a student’s ability to fully participate in a course or show mastery of content during routine course work and examinations.

Accommodations do not guarantee academic success; the student is still responsible for:

  • learning subject knowledge
  • demonstrating mastery of content
  • satisfying the essential requirements of courses
  • showing progression toward major
  • meeting the same demands required of all students

Student Disability Resources engages in an interactive process with each student and reviews requests for accommodations on an individualized, case-by-case basis. We may consider reasonable alternatives to accommodation requests, though significance is given to a student’s preference.