You can read a brief description of disability areas and samples of appropriate academic accommodations that may be required at the Types of Disabilities page.
If you are new to Disability Support Services (DSS) and would like more information about what it is and what services it can provide, view the What Do I Need to Know? flier.
Students requiring only extended time on exams must make prior arrangements with the instructor to take exams through the Assessment and Testing Office. Once the instructor has set a make-up exam session through the Testing Department, the student must make an appointment using the Testing Center Online portal. If you have any questions regarding scheduling a make-up test, you may call 407.708.2311 or visit the Testing office on any campus for assistance.
Only students requiring direct assistance (oral exams, scribe, etc.) will take exams in DSS. Students must discuss special testing needs with the instructor and make an appointment in DSS for administration of the exam.
DSS makes arrangements for readers for students with blindness/visual impairments or reading disabilities, sign language or oral interpreters for students who have hearing impairments, and notetakers for students who are unable to take notes because of various disabilities. Provision of these services is made on an individual-needs basis.
Contact DSS for an updated list of the specialized equipment available. Such equipment includes talking calculators, screen readers, adaptive computers and other assistive devices.
Students with disabilities must provide documentation in order to receive services and/or accommodations through DSS. Please use the forms below to document your situation appropriately and release your records to approved parties.
If you would like to learn more about DSS accommodations, the DSS Student Handbook is available to download online.
For more information, please visit the Resources page.