- Faculty Notification Letters and Requesting Accommodations
- Scheduling an Appointment
- Scheduling an Exam
- Alternative Text Requests
- Sign Language Interpreters
- Note Taking
- Tutoring on Campus
- Distance Learning and Satellite Campuses
- Assistive Technology
The Office of Disability Services is here for our students. The information linked above and displayed below directs students who are registered with our office to information and processes that students must be familiar with for receiving their accommodations and interacting with our office. Always feel free to reach out to us if you need additional information at 216-687-2015 or at email@example.com.
Faculty Notification Letters and Requesting Accommodations
For each semester, students need to request their accommodations for each of their courses through The Disability Services Online System. This will trigger the accommodation request for selected services like Alternative Text, ASL Interpreters, CART, and Note-Takers. The accommodation request also sends out a Faculty Notification Letter to notify your professors of needed accommodations such as extended time on exams. The Faculty Notification Letter will be e-mailed to your professors after your accommodation requests have been approved by our staff. Students should talk to their professors about the listed accommodations and what to expect in their class. This can be done during the professors office hours or at the beginning or end of class.
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Scheduling an Appointment:
At this time we are only doing remote appointments while the campus'es physical facilities are closed. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with days and times you are available for the next week. It is taking longer than usual to be able to get an appointment at this time.
It is strongly recommended for students to schedule appointments with our staff to assure they are available to meet. Please either call the Office of Disability Services at 216-687-2015, e-mail email@example.com, or stop in to RW 210 to schedule an appointment with our staff to discuss disability related needs. We do not have regularly scheduled walk-in times. So we cannot guarantee that we are available if students stop in without an appointment. It is only recommended to come into our office without an appointment for dropping off requested documents, using our computers to request accommodations, filling out the registration application, and if students are scheduling an appointment. If students stop in and the staff they need to speak with is not available, we will either take a message for them to respond when possible or schedule an appointment for them to discuss their concerns.