Need Testing Accommodations?
Accomodation Process (Important information)
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) handles requests for students with disabilities (physical, learning, psychological, chronic or temporary medical conditions, etc.) who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Eligibility for services is determined on a case-by-case basis and with respect to the documentation provided to support the request.
How to Apply for Services
Students requesting services from SAS for the first time can submit a request online through Eagle Accommodate. Students who already receive accommodations will need to login to their Accommodate Student Portal and submit a Returning Semester Request.
How to Notify the Law School of Your Approved Accommodations
Once you have requested and been approved for accommodations through the Office of Student Accessibility Services, please complete the notification form. Within two business days, the Office of Academic Affairs will confirm receipt of your accommodations and will follow up with further information when required. Please note the two business day deadline for testing accommodations as it will be strictly enforced.
Student Accessibility Services
Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get answers to these and others questions:
- What kind of documentation is acceptable?
- When should I request an accommodation?
- What should I say to my professors?
Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
Frequently Asked Questions.
Find a detailed overview of accommodations information for the remote learning environment here.