Alternative Format Services

With appropriate documentation, students may be eligible to receive text materials in alternative format (i.e., audio text, Braille, large print, tactile graphics, electronic-text, etc.). Students must meet with their DRC Disability professional each semester to determine if they are eligible for this accommodation and place requests for materials.

Alternate Resources

To facilitate materials from the first day of class students must provide required information by requested deadlines. If a student does not provide complete information and materials by the requested dates, the DRC will attempt, but cannot guarantee materials will be complete by the first day of classes. In case materials are not available on the requested delivery date, the DRC strongly recommends that students become familiarize themselves with assistive technology (AT), which can help students access print materials on their own. DRC assistive technology may include, but is not limited to:

NOTE: In addition to the assistive technology available through the campus DRC's, the Hayden library ADA Room is an excellent AT facility. For more information on the Hayden library ADA Room, click Here.

Students are welcome to ask for assistance from the DRC professional staff on each campus in learning how to use these programs.

For information regarding campus specific policies and procedures, please click on the campus you'll be attending:

Downtown Phoenix Campus

Tucson Component

Polytechnic campus

Tempe campus

West campus

 

 

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