The University of Wisconsin-Platteville provides you with reasonable accommodations that are individualized and based on the nature of your disability and the academic environment.
Accommodations are determined by trained Disability Access Center staff through the student’s documentation of a disability, and an interview process.
The purpose of academic accommodations is not to ensure success, but to provide access and equal opportunity.
Some of the accommodations provided at UW-Platteville are:
- Assistive technology
- Document conversion, such as books in audio or electronic format and print enlargement
- Notetaking by peer notetakers
- Recorded lectures
- Preferential seating
- Sign Language interpreter
- Adaptive equipment
If you use testing accommodations, you may be asked to use the Testing Center, located in Karrmann Library. Accommodations offered through the Testing Center vary from student to student but can include extended time for testing, a reader, a scribe, and a reduced distraction environment.
For more information regarding Testing Center policies and procedures please visit their website or contact them at 608.342.6006 or email@example.com.
Instructors arranging testing in the Testing Center can find more information and instructor resources on Testing Accommodations.
You may also use your testing accommodations through your individual professors.