University of Vermont

Academic Success Programs

myACCESS Services

Academic Success Programs (ASP) still offers the same great services to ACCESS students, all with a brand new look and feel.  This myACCESS Services website provides links to important information regarding each of our services, while our myACCESS web portal allows students and faculty to view their customized accommodation information and to manage exam scheduling and note taking requests.

  • outline of two hands signing in asl ASL Interpreter Services / CART The University of Vermont Interpreter Services provides certified American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting and transliteration services for eligible students, staff and faculty who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.  Interpreter Services also provides certified ASL interpreters or CART services for campus events, upon request.
  • closed caption (cc logo)Captioning Captioning provides Deaf or Hard of Hearing students with access to the spoken language and the sound effects of a film. Academic Success Programs provides captioning services free of charge for individuals with the corresponding accommodation, as determined by their ACCESS Specialist. 
  • paper book with an E on it (ebook logo) eBooks Program The eBooks program provides students with books and readings in text based accessible formats such as PDF and word documents to be used with text-to-speech software such as Read and Write GOLD.
  • hand with pencil filling in a scantron test sheetExam Proctoring Center The University of Vermont Exam Proctoring Center (EPC) provides testing accommodations for ACCESS students and students with temporary disabilities. The EPC also provides Courtesy Exam testing services for students taking non-UVM exams.
  • notes@uvm (notes logo) Note Taking Program At The University of Vermont, one of the largest accommodations is Note Taking. UVM’s Note Taking Program works to match students’ requests for notes with the appropriate level of Note Taking services.

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