At Mid-State, reasonable and effective accommodations are defined as adjustments or modifications provided in the academic setting that give students with a disability equal access to education and the ability to participate. Students with a disability must be able to meet the admission, program, and course completion requirements of Mid-State with or without reasonable accommodations.
Students should contact the Disability Services Office as soon as possible since time is needed to coordinate accommodations.
Academic accommodations are individually determined, based on disability, and may include the following:
- Alternate format for textbooks
- Assistive technology
- Captioned videos
- Accessible classroom
- Testing accommodations
- Note taking services and/or audio recording lectures
- Reduced course load
Additional services may include:
- Assistance with admissions and orientation
- Career exploration and advising
- Transition services
- Remedial education
- Schedule modification
- Service coordination with other agencies
- Study/learning skills training
Attendant care or personal services are not available through Mid-State.