The categories below feature policy information about some of the most common accommodation requests.
If you are searching for information regarding a particular accommodation or policy not listed here, please navigate to our Accommodation Descriptions and Procedures tab.
Role of Accommodations
The Office of Accessibility works, individually, with students with disabilities to identify barriers and provide reasonable accommodations and meaningful access.
Students with concerns about how a disability may impact their classroom or curricular experience may find it useful to learn more about Accommodations.
Students seeking, or using, testing accommodations are encouraged to review the testing accommodation policies and procedures
Residential accommodations can be made for students residing in campus housing. Emotional Support Animals are considered a residential accommodation.
A Service Animal is a dog, or miniature horse, that actively performs a task for an individual. A Service Animal must be allowed access to spaces that are open to members of the public.
Students seeking temporary accommodations for medical procedures or injuries may be accommodated by the OAA.