Disability Resources and Services
The following guidelines are intended to help students with
disabilities, who need course materials in an audio format as a
reasonable accommodation, to understand the process for obtaining these
materials, as well as to be aware of their responsibilities in receiving
To be eligible to receive course materials in alternative formats,
students must provide documentation of a disability that impacts their
ability to effectively read printed materials. For more information
about documentation requirements and getting registered with agencies
which produce audio materials, please contact the director of Disability
Resources and Services.
Once it has been determined that audio texts are a reasonable
accommodation for you, the following instructions outline the steps to
follow in obtaining them in a timely way.