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The SALT Center does not provide academic accommodations.

Separate and apart from the SALT Center, the Disability Resource Center (DRC) works with individual students to identify disability-related accommodations.

A reasonable accommodation is a modification in policies, practices, or procedures. Examples of reasonable accommodations include, but are not limited to: converting course materials to accessible formats, ASL interpreting, or extended time on tests.

Students who wish to request reasonable disability accommodations should follow the steps outlined on the Disability Resource Center website.

Please contact the DRC if you have any additional questions regarding accommodations:

Disability Resource Center