This page lists some resources, both at CSU and external to CSU, which can be of assistance to students, faculty and Staff. We also post information here to assist faculty and staff in the provision of accommodations for students.
Resources for Students
- Tutoring and Academic Supports – This is a list of tutoring and academic support options at CSU. Disability & Testing Services does not directly offer tutoring. Tutoring is not available for all subjects at Cleveland State, but there are a wide range of offerings.
- Additional Campus Resources – This page is included in the eligibility letter sent to students after their intake appointment. It lists resources that we wish for students to be aware of as a student registered with our office and potentially a new student to CSU.
- Confidentiality – This page explains the confidentiality of information with our office and how it is kept separate of a student's academic records.
Resources for Faculty
- Recommended Course Syllabus Statement – This is the statement that Disability Services recommends is added to course syllabi, to direct students with requests for accommodations related to disability to the Office of Disability & Testing Services.
- Resources for Creating Accessible Documents – This is a resource created by our Alternative Media Specialist for best practices for document accessibility.
- Accessibility in Online and Remote Learning – This set of pages explains considerations for access when a course is offered as a remote course versus an in person course.
- Do-It Faculty Room - The Disabilities, Opportunities, Networking, Technology Faculty Room provides good information about providing accommodations to students with disabilities including a knowledge base of frequent questions.
- WebAIM Articles - Web Accessibility In Mind provides great information about making web pages and content such as Power Point presentations, PDF's, and Word documents accessible.
- AHEAD - The Association for Higher Education and Disability is a professional organization dedicated to disability access in colleges and universities.