Individuals with disabilities may request auxiliary aids and/or services as reasonable accessibility accommodations.
Colleges are not required to provide the most sophisticated auxiliary aids available; however, the aids provided must effectively meet the needs of the individual with a disability. An institution has flexibility in choosing the specific aid or service it provides, as long as the aid or service selected is effective. These aids should be selected after consultation with the person who will use them.
Examples of Auxiliary Aids
Some of the various types of auxiliary aids and services may include:
Please consult the Office of Civil Rights informational article “Auxiliary Aids and Services for Post-secondary Students with Disabilities” for additional guidelines and information.