Student Resources (for students with disabilities)
Staff in the office of Learning Resources assist all students including students with disabilities in the academic environment as they seek balance within an intense and exciting educational experience. Students may choose from a variety of Lunch & Learn Workshops offered each semester, meet one-on-one with a Learning Specialist, access a peer tutor, or our University Testing Services. The following array of resources have been designed to assist with academic success:
- Meet with a Learning Specialist One On One
- Lunch & Learn Workshops for Academic Success
- Peer Tutoring
- University Testing Services
An array of assistive technology (AT) is available at three designated sites on campus for accommodation need and/or student use – the Teaching and Learning Center, the Library and the High School Academic Program. Although AT is designed specifically for individuals with disabilities, AT can also benefit students with temporary impairments, students with certain learning deficits, or students with English as a second language. For more information on the selection of AT available on campus, see the Assistive Technology web page.
The Smartpen is a computerized ball point pen which serves as a platform for writing and recording lecture notes in class. A limited number of Smartpens are available to students with disabilities via an equipment loan. Staff in the office of Learning Resources will orient students on how to best utilize a Smartpen. To learn more, contact email@example.com.
Books and other text offered in Braille or an alternative format
UNCSA students who have a visual impairment or a documented print disability may receive free access to Learning Ally, access to text/books in Braille or an alternative format. For more information to see if you qualify and for assistance in obtaining alternative formats, please contact the office of Learning Resources as well as download the Alternative Format Contract on our Forms, Policies & Guidelines web page to learn more about this service.
UNCSA Handicap Parking Map
Use the interactive campus map handicap parking layer. Note: Campus Police will direct those with Special Needs during events to additional parking.
- Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities, US Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, July 2002
- Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology programs offered to students via University of Washington Do-IT
- ADDITUDE Magazine https://additudemag.com