Response to COVID-19 & Temporary Move to Remote Learning
Student Disability Services (SDS) is in alignment with the University’s concern over the global COVID-19 outbreak. Switching to alternate forms of instruction will require us to ensure academic accommodations are provided within the spirit of federal guidelines, all the while being as flexible and creative as we can in response to this unprecedented circumstance. SDS will be holding all student appointments virtually.
Students who received accommodations from SDS for the spring 2020 semester should continue to have access to accommodations throughout remote delivery of courses. Current SDS students can contact their Accommodations Coordinator with specific questions or concerns. Here is a link to Success tips for students in the move to online courses.
The nature of any accommodations that were approved for spring semester 2020 in-residence courses may vary in the online format. SDS is available to consult on a specific accommodation that a student may be eligible for. If faculty have questions related to accommodations, please contact SDS. The SDS Exam Coordinator will be available to answer questions specific to exam accommodations.
About Student Disability Services
SDS facilitates academic accommodations and services for students with disabilities to ensure everyone has equal access to course materials and activities.