Learning, Physical, Psychiatric, Social, & Emotional
Students living with a visible or hidden disability may need specific needs or accommodations as a result of their conditions. Students who have documentation of a physical, learning, or psychiatric disability are eligible to receive accommodations from the ACCESS Office (UVM's Disibility Services Office). These accommodations can be any reasonable adjustments to the academic environment that address the barriers to learning, and assist students in achieving their academic and career aspirations. Information on students with learning disabilities, psychiatric/psychological disabilities, social and emotional disabilities can be found in the section that follows.
When you are aware that a student has a documented disability and would benefit from additional support:
ACCESS (Accommodations, Consultation, Collaboration, and Educational Support Services): Provides accommodations to students with documented disabilities. Among our programs and services, ACCESS offers: exam accommodations, meetings with disability specialists to receive advisement and advocacy around disability-related matters, ebooks, deaf and hard of hearing services, notetaking and adaptive technology.
For full descriptions of services offered at ACCESS including: Prospective Student Information, Documentation Guidelines, etc., please visit: http://www.uvm.edu/access/
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