ADA Accommodations

American Disabilities Act Accommodations

To be eligible for accommodation, the student must contact Student Success Coaches Mary Ann Slanina or Debbie Toms. This contact should be made as early in the semester as possible. It is the student’s responsibility to provide medical or other diagnostic documentation of disability and limitations. If documentation is not adequate, the student may be asked to participate in additional evaluation prior to receiving accommodations. The student will incur the cost of this testing. Students with disabilities are not exempt from following WDT policies and procedures, such as drug/alcohol policies, grade appeal procedures, etc. These policies and procedures are outlined in the WDT Student Handbook.

 

Students who request academic accommodations will be required to provide the appropriate documentation to the Student Success Coach. The Student Success Coach will review the documentation and meet individually with the student to determine which accommodations will be allowable. The student will be given an “ADA Accommodation Request” form and the student is responsible for taking this form to each class/teacher in which accommodations are requested. Instructional/classroom accommodations may include, but are not limited to:

  • Oral tests
  • Enlarged material
  • Extended time on exams (up to time and a half)
  • Distraction-free environment
  • Note takers
  • Readers
  • Taped or digital texts
  • Tape recorders
  • Preferential seating
  • Graphic organizers

 

The ADA Request for Services Form can be found here.

 

To contact Student Success Coaches for more information click here.