The Office of Student Accessibility Services at the University of Mary serves all students with disabilities. If you received special services on the basis of a disability in high school, it would benefit you greatly to apply for services at the University of Mary. Our office works with faculty and staff - and, most importantly, with you - to provide accommodations and services that will offer support and help you achieve your goals as a student.
If you have not received special services before, but suspect that you may have a disability, the Office of Student Accessibility Services can help you with appropriate referrals to determine your eligibility for special services on the basis of disability. The Office of Student Accessibility Services works with faculty, staff and support personnel to arrange and coordinate disability-based accommodations for students who have been approved for them through our office.
Common Disability-Related Accommodations
Commonly used accommodations include (but are not limited to):
- Adaptive testing services
- Note-taking services
- On-campus use of assistive technology/adaptive equipment
- Textbooks/course materials in alternate format
- Accessibility of classrooms and on-campus student facilities