It is a pleasure for us to extend a word of welcome to you on behalf of everyone at the University. You are joining a community that cares immensely about your success. If you are a student with a documented disability, we invite you to reach-out to learn about accommodations and support to ensure equitable access to the academic experience on campus.
The Center for Access and Success (CAS) works with a wide variety of students such as those on the autism spectrum, attention deficit disorder, varying mental or physical abilities, and chronic health conditions.
Common accommodations include extended time on tests in a reduced distraction environment and more. We also offer one-on-one personalized coaching covering mixed topics such as time management, organization, tips for effective studying, how to get involved on campus, and how to reach your goals for post-graduation.
CAS is bound by “self-disclosure law”. Even if you submitted documentation of a disability for an SAT waiver with your Admission packet, the Center cannot contact the student. You must make the initial contact.