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The AAC provides a broad range of services, resources, and facilities for students with disabilities including academic accommodations, assistive technology support, and individualized coaching.

The AAC helps students complete the process of providing documentation that establishes their eligibility for disability support services; orients qualified students to their 504 plans and how to access their approved academic accommodations; provides training and information about assistive technology resources including access to alternate format textbooks for students with print disabilities; facilitates communication with faculty, staff, and family members, with a student’s permission; provides academic coaching and counseling; and meets with students on an as-needed or regular basis.

In addition, the AAC provides facilities for test-proctoring for students with test-taking accommodations who choose to take their tests at the AAC. The AAC’s Disability Support Services program provides confidential, welcoming, and individualized resources for students with disability to help them achieve their academic goals and access University programs and activities.

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