We provide support plans to students who need accommodations in order to access courses. In the college setting accommodations cannot be a “Fundamental Alteration” of a course’s learning standards.
Common accommodations include, but are not limited to:
Testing: extra time, alternate location
Note-taking: may record lecture, use not-taking software
Access to instructor notes
Assignments: may arrange extensions in advance
Textbooks available in digital format
Print materials may be scanned for use with text-to-speech software
Flexible attendance when symptomatic
Breaks during class
Students who had an IEP or 504 plan in high school or who have a recently identified disability are eligible. We serve students with any type of disability, including:
Anxiety/Depression/PTSD/Other Mental Health Diagnoses
Diabetes/Crohn’s Disease/Allergies/Other Physical Health Diagnoses
The mission of Disability and Accessibility Services at Edgewood College is to be a partner in creating an accessible college community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate fully in all aspects of the educational experience.