Disability Services is a resource for faculty in working with students with disabilities. Providing a supportive environment requires the cooperation of faculty, students, Student Success and Accessibility Services, and the College to provide all students with disabilities a learning environment that affords them equal access and reasonable accommodations of their disabilities.
Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis by considering the disability documentation provided by the student, the functional impact of the student's disability, and the essential requirements of the student's courses, programs, and activities. Student Success and Accessibility Services works with faculty in helping them understand appropriate accommodations for students in their courses. Please contact the office of Student Success and Accessibility Services, located in Hewes Library, room 129, 309-457-2257, or firstname.lastname@example.org with specific disability or accommodation related questions.
Most of the questions about teaching and accommodations can be found in the links provided under this Section addressing:
- Your rights and responsibilities and the rights and responsibilities of your students with disabilities.
- The procedures involved in proctored exams and facilitating testing accommodations.
- Facilitating non-test accommodations (such as note-taking).
- Details about accessible labs, field trips, meeting places, and other accessibility considerations.
- Frequently asked questionsfrom faculty.