Coursework Accommodations

If your disability affects your coursework, the DRC can put coursework accommodations in place. These accommodations can relate to reading and writing support, assisting with a more flexible timeline, consideration for alternate content and more. While the following list describes more common accommodations, it is not exhaustive. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.

    Alternate Media Production Services

  • Alternate media is an alternative to standard printed academic materials such as textbooks, lab manuals, class handouts, and tests. The DRC Alternate Media Production (AMP) lab provides both undergraduate and graduate students with print related disabilities textbooks in alternate format (eg. Braille, enlarged print, PDF, .mobi) as an accommodation. If you are interested in learning more about receiving your textbooks in an alternate accessible format please contact us to schedule an appointment with a Service Coordinator.

  • Assistive Software

  • Please visit our accessible software page to learn more. 

  • Tutor Referral

  • If you are entitled to tutoring accommodations, a DRC service coordinator can put a tutoring accommodation in place for additional tutoring services at Learning Support Services (LSS) or Modified Supplemental Instruction (MSI) such as individual tutoring, extra hours of tutoring or small group tutoring in addition to MSI.