- are adjustments or modifications to ensure that all curricula, course material, facilities, and programs are accessible to all students with disabilities. However, accommodations cannot compromise academic integrity or impose undue difficulty on campus programs or activities.
- include, but are not limited to, ensuring that classrooms and labs are accessible, assistive technologies, readers, scribes, note-takers, and modified class schedules.
- are based on documentation and are provided on a case-by-case basis. Students with multiple disabilities need to provide documentation for each disability for which they are requesting reasonable accommodations. For example, students with mobility impairments and learning differences may be eligible to receive accessible classrooms and extended testing time as long as they have documentation for both disabilities.