Student Accessibility Services
Welcome to Student Accessibility Services (SAS). It is the mission of SAS to ensure equal opportunity and access for members of the Ohio University Community. Central to this mission is the development of an academic environment that is accessible to all people without the need for adaptation. While working toward the goal of full inclusion, accommodations must still be provided on an individual basis.
This guide provides information about policies, procedures, and resources relevant to students registered with SAS and has been developed to assist you in accessing your academic accommodations and services. We encourage you to meet with your Accessibility Coordinator on a regular basis to discuss your educational goals and accessibility issues.
Countless students with disabilities from every college and academic program have graduated from Ohio University. Your engagement in your academic activities and the accommodation process will be a key factor to your success. Communicating openly and regularly with your Accessibility Coordinator is the best way to assure your equal access and assists SAS in supporting your success.
- Need to have your exam scheduled through SAS? Don’t forget to complete an Exam Scheduling form, get your instructor’s signature, and get the form back to us a week in advance to guarantee we can make arrangements.
- Using tutoring through the Academic Advancement Center? Don’t forget to mention that you are registered with SAS so that your tutoring will be free!
- Priority registration begins today, October 27.
- SAS has hired Preston Silvey as the new Office Assistant works at the front desk.
- Jennifer Romero (who many of you know from the front desk) has assumed new responsibilities related to exam coordination and creating textbooks in alternate formats.
Campus Accessibility Maps