Considerations for High-Risk Students to Review Before Returning to Campus
1. Students who are at high-risk for developing COVID-19 with increased risk for potential severe illness, should assess their own personal health and safety when making the decision to return to campus.
2. Students are asked to review and check regularly the newest CDC guidelines on who is at greatest risk for contracting COVID-19 with severe illness.
3. For students unsure about what information to consider before returning to campus, please review the guidance listed below.
Considerations for High-Risk Students to Review Before Returning to Campus (PDF Guide)
Notetaking Requests for Fall of 2020
Students with a peer notetaking accommodation, will be required to email each individual professor their completed notetaker request form to request a peer notetaker for any course (regardless of course format).
The physical blue notetaker request forms will not be utilized in the Fall of 2020. The Ability Services Office is identifying safe ways for all indviduals involved in the peer notetaking process (accomodated student, faculty member, notetaker) to ensure access is maintained and virus transmission reduced. Implementing an electronic request system, will eliminate touching request forms, as well as reducing the overall number of visitors in the office. The Ability Services Office only allows safely for two visitors at one time, thus it is vital there are a very limited number of unexpected visitors in the office.
Notetaker Request Form and Application
Audiobooks Requests for Fall of 2020
Students with an approved audiobooks accommodation will be required to complete the alternative text request form for each individual textbooks they would like to receive in the alternative format.
The physical green alternative text request forms will not be utilized in the Fall of 2020. As stated above, moving these forms online is a necessary safety requirement to reduce the risk for potential transmission of COVID-19, and to ensure safe occupancy requirements in the Ability Services Office. As part of our safety plan, we are moving as many physical forms to the online format as possible. Completed requests can be sent to (email@example.com).
Alternative Text Request Form
As faculty are finishing up their curriculum for fall and Textbook Services is finalizing their textbook distribution plan, we will provide relative updates to this page.
Students with audiobooks accomodations are encouragd to check out the steps in arranging their alternative text accommodations.
Directions to Arrange Alternative Text Accommodations