DSS Forms & Resources
Accommodation Requests for DSS Students
- Testing Accommodations
Effective Wednesday, April 24, 2019, DSS switched to Accommodate for testing requests. Please view the instructions on how to navigate the Testing Room Module in Accommodate. The instructions are also available through the Resources Tab in Accommodate.
The deadline during the semester/term is one week in advance of the requested proctoring date, except for all exams occurring during the Traditional Undergrad Finals Week when the submission due date is earlier.
PLEASE NOTE: For all exams in all programs occurring during December 16-20, 2019, Testing Requests are due by Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 4:00pm. Testing Requests are submitted through Accommodate. Please contact us if you have questions.”
- Notetaking Accommodation Request
Note taking requests are submitted through Accommodate. When you activate through Accommodate, if note taking is one of your approved accommodations, you will see an Accessibility Accommodation Request titled "Classroom Accommodations/Note Taking Services." Be sure the course or courses you would like to request a note taker for are "checked off!" After you submit your Semester Activation through Accommodate and after it is reviewed by DSS, a note taker request(s) will be submitted on your behalf for any course which is checked off. For information on retrieving your uploaded notes from Accommodate, please view this instructional video. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 805-493-3464 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Registering with DSS
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- Notetaker Interest Form - Please fill out this form to let DSS know that you would be willing to provide notes for a fellow student with a disability, if needed. Please see the form for additional details and instructions.
- Request to Access DSS Records
Office for Civil Rights
This website comes from the U.S. Department of Education. It helps educate students with disabilities transitioning into college about their rights, their responsibilities, and general services provided at an institution. There is a thorough section with responses to the questions typically asked by students with disabilities as they head into college.