The Office of Student Services arranges tutors for those who are seeking additional help in any subject. Once a need is requested, the Student Services Program and Office Manager will make the arrangements. Workstudy money is available for those who tutor.
All students with documented disabilities are encouraged to work through the Office of Student Services to access academic accommodations. These services may include extended time for test taking, note-takers, a quiet test-taking environment, etc. All documentation that is submitted must be current within the last three years and must be accompanied by the Accommodation Request Form. All other related relevant information (a copy of your class and clinic schedule, etc.) for each term that accommodations are needed, must be submitted within six weeks of the new term for accurate assessment and arrangements to be made. Click here for an overview of the Academic Accommodation Services process.
The option to attend classes remotely is available to matriculated, registered students who have a documented medical reason to be excused from regularly scheduled lecture classes and to those students who have nursing infants, not yet crawling. You must get instructor approval; if the instructor is unavailable please contact the associate chair of the program. You must submit a letter from your physician stating the medical reason for remote room use or a copy of the child’s birth certificate to qualify you for use of remote room.
Please schedule your time so that you can take your midterms and finals in the classroom, not in the remote rooms. The remote room is not to be used as daycare on days you need to write exams. No one is to use the remote room without the approval of the Office of Student Services.