Students and instructors are encouraged to review the list of common accommodation descriptions. SDS is dedicated to helping students find and implement reasonable academic accommodations. The accommodation process involves input from both the student and the instructor. To determine appropriate accommodations SDS engages in an individualized inquiry that balances the needs of the student and the academic objectives of the course or program. Instructors are not required to provide accommodations until the student has presented a Letter of Accommodation (LOA). Please let SDS know if you have questions or need clarification.
Instructors should provide testing accommodations for students whose testing accommodations are solely 50% extended time and/or reduced distraction seating. Instructors have the option of using SDS Exam Services to provide testing accommodations if other accommodations are required and approved by SDS.
Media Services helps students gain access to printed classroom materials (including textbooks, syllabi, and handouts) in alternative formats.
Academic accommodations are available for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Deaf/HOH) students.
Please note: Interpreting requests for events outside of the classroom will need to be made by the sponsoring department or organization. SDS can be utilized as a resource for referral information.
Common Accommodation Descriptions
Students and instructors are encouraged to review the list of common accommodation descriptions.
Student Disability Services (SDS) will provide qualified students required texts in alternative formats as needed for UI courses.