Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
If a student has a documented learning disability, visual or hearing impairment, psychiatric issue, or other physical or psychological challenge that interferes with learning, the Center for Student Success (CSS) can arrange accommodations for each student’s classes in compliance with the American Disabilities Act. Based on the student’s particular needs, accommodations may include but are not limited to:
- Extended testing time
- Quiet testing location
- Assistive technology
- Note takers
- Alternative text formats
- Sign language interpreter
It is the student’s responsibility to self-disclose a disability. Once documentation has been provided, CSS can arrange accommodations with instructors each semester.
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) Request for Special Exam Accommodations
If you have a disability covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please complete the following form and the Documentation of Disability-Related Needs on the reverse side and submit it with your application at least 45 days prior to your requested examination date. The information you provide and any documentation regarding your disability and your need for
accommodation in testing will be treated with strict confidentiality.