After your initial meeting with your ARC counselor
- Share your Accommodation Plan with your instructors during their office hours.
- Discuss with the instructor the specific accommodations you will need for their course.
- Make arrangements with the instructor if testing or exam accommodations are needed; note that arrangements must be made IN ADVANCE.
- If your professor prefers that you take your exams in the ARC, please follow directions via ARConnect Resources to schedule your exams in the ARC.
- Advise your counselor of any changes in your condition or if you are having difficulties.
- Renew your Accommodation Plan every year.
ARC works with students with the following disabilities:
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Blind and Visually Impaired
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Learning Disabilities
- Medical Disabilities
- Mobility Disabilities
- Psychological Disabilities (anxiety disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, etc)
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
Documentation submitted to ARC is considered confidential and maintained separately from the student’s educational record.