College students with disabilities accommodating
See also: The University's Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity and their publication, "Assisting Students with Disabilities: A Guide for Instructors." A student with a disability is responsible for requesting accommodations.
It is crucial that instructors help students preserve their privacy and maintain the confidentiality of student records, including records of disability accommodation.
Make a verbal statement inviting students with a disability to request accommodations.
Put a statement, such as the following, on your syllabi, “If you have a disability and would like to request accommodations, please contact Access Ability Services, located in Wilder Hall B4, at 413-538-2646 or [email protected]
Alternatively, please contact the team to speak to a Disability Advisor who will be happy to answer any questions you might have via:• Email: [email protected]• Phone 44 (0)1865 280459• In person at 3 Worcester Street, Oxford, OX1 2BX Within St Antony’s, the disability contact (Disability Coordinator) is the College Registrar. The College has bedrooms which offer accommodation for College members with mobility conditions.In order to receive accommodations, students must contact Student Disability Services (3015 Burge Hall, 335-1462) and obtain a Student Academic Accommodation Request form (SAAR).This form will specify what course accommodations are judged reasonable for that student.If you are eligible, they will give you an accommodation letter which you should bring to me as soon as possible.” 2.Encourage students with accommodation letters to meet with you privately to discuss their needs.