Faculty, Instructors, and Student Advisors
Most instructors will teach some students with disabilities throughout their career. These students will be among the more than 1,300 undergraduate and graduate students who are registered with Student Accessibility Services (SAS).
Since the instructor's role is central to the student's learning experience, our office tends to collaborate closely and frequently with you, together with our shared students, throughout the academic year.
Understand the types of services we can provide to your students and how these services will interact with your classroom.
Dignity within the Classroom
Learn how you can make your classroom, including the language you use, more inclusive for all students.
Students may require exam accommodations for your class. Learn your role in coordinating these accommodations with our office.
Accessibility Services for Faculty and Staff
We provide staff and faculty members with disabilities with direct services and collaborate in the delivery of others.
Please upload exams a minimum of 3 business days before the scheduled exam time.
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