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UP Accessible Academics and Classrooms

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Alternative Format Texts

Alternative format textbooks provide access to text materials for student with print disabilities including learning disabilities and visual impairments.


Blind student operates audio reader.

Assistive Technology

Assistive technology helps enable students with qualifying disabilities to demonstrate their ability to meet the requirements of the programs in which they are enrolled.  


Student checks a box on a multiple choice test form.

Exam Accommodations

Extended time, distraction-reduced environment, scribe(s) and/or assistive technology; reader(s) and/or assistive technology may be provided to accommodate students during tests and exams. 


Students in classroom taking notes.

Note Taking

Volunteer note takers ensure equal access to lectures and classroom environments for students with difficulty taking notes.


Women speak using sign language.

Interpreters and Captioning

Interpreting, meaning-for-meaning transcription, and captioning are available for students with hearing impairments in the classroom and in non-classroom settings.


Student in wheelchair types on a laptop at a table.

Tables, Chairs, and Rooms

Adjustable height tables and wheelchair accessible classrooms are available for students with mobility related needs.


Students attend a lecture in a classroom.

Course Substitution, Reduced Courseload, and Class Attendance

Course substitution, reduced courseload, and class attendance (within specific limits) are available accommodations.