Accommodations

You are not alone.

Students who have a disability and think they might need accommodations should consider identifying themselves to AccessAbility Services. Whether questions and concerns are academic or social, we make it our mission to work individually with students through all aspects of college life.  AccessAbility Services understands that some students may be reluctant to apply with our office. The desire to be independent, to protect privacy, or to "fit in” are some reasons why students might hesitate to register. We will not share information about the nature of any student’s disability, unless mandated by law. Over 400 students are registered with AccessAbility Services. You are not alone.

AAS provides accommodations to students with documented disabilities.   

Types of disabilities that we support include:
  • Learning disabilities
  • Mobility impairment
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory impairment 
  • Chronic medical conditions
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Psychiatric disability
  • Temporary injuries
  • ADD/ADHD
AAS provides accommodations to students in the following areas: