Student Accessibility Services
Assistance is tailored to the needs of the individual student. Reasonable accommodation may include but is not limited to, the following services:
Instructor Notification - To aid students in securing the appropriate services, SAS provides instructors with written verification of a student's disability status and recommendations for academic accommodations.
Testing Accommodations - Student Accessibility Services can provide students with an exam proctor, private testing room equipped with a computer and alternative testing formats. Tests are to be scheduled in advance with Student Accessibility Services to insure proctor and room availability.
Classroom Accommodations - Students may request reserved seating arrangements for their classes to accommodate their disability. Student Accessibility Services can also provide a padded chair. Other classroom accommodations may include use of a lap top for note taking, copies of overhead media and extended time on exams.
Mobility Training - Mobility training is available to familiarize students with the OSU-Tulsa campus.
Interpreter Services - Nationally Certified ASL interpreters are provided by the Student Accessbility Services Office for students who are hearing impaired. Students are encouraged to enroll early to insure availability of interpreters.
Assistive Technology - There are two video relay phones on campus (North Hall 204, Library) for the hearing impaired. Students may request digital textbooks as well as audio recordings of text books through Student Accessibility Services. The following assistive technology programs are available to students, Read and Write, Fusion, Jaws and Zoom Text. SAS also provides digital voice recorders for recording lectures.
Additional Services - Additional services are provided on an individual basis and may be dependent on physician recommendation and individual needs.
Students should submit documentation from a qualified professional stating the nature and severity of the disability, the diagnostic procedures used, and recommendations for assistance. Students with Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder must submit documentation of an adult psychoeducational evaluation performed by an appropriately qualified professional. Information obtained is confidential and is used solely for the purpose of identifying appropriate support services.
OSU-Tulsa will reasonably accommodate students with a disability unless such accommodation poses an undue hardship, results in a fundamental alteration in the nature of the service, program or activity or causes undue financial or administrative burdens.
Oklahoma State University is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). For information regarding the University's ADA compliance plan, contact the University's Student Accessibility Services at 918-594-8354.