Accommodations are based on the individual student, disability, and the academic environment. Common academic accommodations may include:
- Less distracting test environment
- Extended test time
- Assistive technology which may include Text to Speech software, Speech to text, Notetaking aids, digital recorders etc.
- Books in alternative format
- Interpreters and hearing systems
- Scheduled check in meetings
- Resource referral
- Orientation to the building
- Early registration
- Course registration review
- And general support
ADA does not require colleges to provide personal assistants, individual personal tutors, or personal assistive technology. Student Accessibility Services may refer students to local resources/agencies which may be able to assist with these services.