The following is a listing of the various services provided by ASD. For more detail about each service follow its link.
ASD staff is able to advocate and liaise on behalf of the student with various parties. This may include referral to certain services that are not available internally and only accessed in the local community or other professional resources.
Course materials that have been repurposed in a format that will facilitate individuals with a variety of print, auditory, visual, or physical access challenges to print or multimedia course material.
A term used to describe technological aides, hardware and software, that help individuals to perform activities more independently and with greater ease.
Refers to different accommodations that can be assessed to provide students with the best opportunity to succeed academically by managing their time schedules and course loads.
A general term that refers to a wide variety of alternative exam delivery procedures.
Identified during the ASD assessment, to help a student with a disability with academic difficulties or problems completing courses within the course contract period.
Updated April 30 2014 by Student & Academic Services