Accommodations are designed to compensate for the impact of a student’s specific disability and may vary from class to class. Accommodations include but are not limited to:
- Services of note-takers
- Permission to tape record lectures (audio)
- Services of ASL interpreters
- Extra time or distraction-free environment for test-taking
- Use of computers for examinations
- Services of scribes or readers for examinations
- Adaptive classroom furniture
- Books on tape may be obtained from the Tampa SDS office or through RFB&D.
- Adaptive equipment in the Poynter Library ADA room include an enlargement device and software provided on the available computer, Jaws
- Screen reader and the Kurzweil 3000 text-to-speech recognition software.
- Course Substitution – Students with disabilities requesting substitution of course work for General Education and Foreign Language requirements or of CLAST requirements should contact the SDS office.
- FM Listening System for the hearing impaired.