|Student Accessibility Services General|
|Student Accessibility Services 101||Making Contact and Getting Accommodated||
The who and how of student accommodations at STU.
|Student Accessibility Handbook||
The book describes our services and support our office provides.
|Common Accommodations||How can I get notes?||
Some students may have difficulty taking notes in class. The SAS provides alternatives to traditional note taking methods including paid note takers or the use of a SmartPen.
|How can I be a note taker?|
|Exam Request form||
Please use this document in place of all previously saved forms. To request a specific exam accommodation, send a copy to your prof and to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than one week before the test/exam (two weeks for finals).
Students may be accommodated in a number of ways. The SAS can provide a quiet space, a reader, scribe, or extra time as justified by the accommodation plan.
Some students require accommodations when they write quizzes, tests, midterms, or exams. We would like to work with professors to allow the student to be successful.
Some students benefit from tutors for general academic skills. The SAS employs people with experience supporting students as Tutor Coaches.
Tutor coaches provide assistance to students with general academic skills. This can include coaching for time management, organizational skills, research skills, etc. Tutor coaches are not experts at a specific subject but are, instead, experienced in academics.
The SAS has computers equipped with adaptive technology for writing, reading, and organizing. This is a summary of the equipment which is available. This is not an exhaustive list of technology available and SAS encourages students to come in and discuss available accommodations and assistive technology.
|Other Available Technology|
|Note taking Apps at Glance|
|Flashcards and Study Apps at Glance|
|Time Management Apps at Glance|
|Citation Apps at Glance|
|Storage Apps at Glance|
|Canadian Student Loans/Canada Study Grants||Step 1: Applying for a Student Loan|
|Step 2: Do you qualify?|
|Step 3: The Medical Assessment|
|Step 4: Applying for the CSG|
|Step 5: Keep Coming Back|
|Writing Resources||MLA Format Guide||
A guide on the format and citation methods of MLA.
A checklist to use to review your papers done in MLA format.
|APA Format Guide||
A guide on format and citation methods in APA
A checklist for APA format
|Articles and Resources for Students||EP Guide|