CI Disability Resource Program (DRP) looks forward to providing you resources and disability related accommodations to assist with your educational goals and student success. DRP determines services on a case by case basis by using a variety of methods including: documentation from a licensed professional, student’s self-report, evident of disability and an interactive process between DRP and student.
Overview of Accommodations
- Students approved for this accommodation will have the option to take their quizzes, exams, mid-terms and finals with specific testing arrangements, which may include extra time, a reader, a private room, a scribe, breaks, use of a computer, enlarged print, etc. For information regarding student responsibilities related to this accommodation, please read the Alternative Testing Accommodation Agreement.
- Students approved for this accommodation will be provided specific classroom furniture to support their disability-related need and may include a separate desk and chair, adjustable desk, etc.
- Students approved for this accommodation will work with DRP and faculty to select a seat location within the classroom that supports their disability-related need.
- Students approved for this accommodation will be able to request a note taker in their courses. Note taking services can be obtained in two ways: 1) the student requesting the accommodation can ask another student enrolled in the same class if they would act as a note taker for them; or 2) the student requesting the accommodation could request a note taker through DRP Online Services. Not all courses are appropriate to seek note taking, and is dependent on the course/lab format(s) or environment. For information regarding student responsibilities related to this accommodation, please read the Note Taking Accommodation Agreement.
- Students approved for this accommodation will be able to request their textbooks in an accessible format which may include an accessible PDF and Word document, and access to Kurzweil 3000.
- Electronic text conversion (e-text)
- Large print conversion
- Braille translation software
- Braille embosser
- Audio conversion
- Alternative exam format
- Student computer lab
- Screen reading software
Recording of lectures
- Students approved for this accommodation will be able to audio record their class lectures. For information regarding student responsibilities related to this accommodation, please read the Recording of Lecture Accommodation Agreement.
American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters
- Students approved for this accommodation will be able to request interpreter services in classroom settings, as well as campus events.
Real Time Captioning (CART)
- Students approved for this accommodation will be able to request captioning services (on-site or remote based on availability) in classroom settings, as well as campus events.
- Students approved for this accommodation will be able to receive early registration for classes.
*Please note: Each student’s accommodations are determined and approved on an individual basis and may include accommodations not listed above.
Additional DRP Resources
Promoting Independence and Educational Resources (PIER) Program
- DRP is pleased to inform you about our Promoting Independence and Educational Resources (PIER) Program. The PIER program aims to provide first time freshmen and transfer students a smooth transition to CI. DRP wants to ensure that incoming students feel connected and supported by peer mentors who are available to share their knowledge and experience as college students of CI. Mentors focus on welcoming, supporting, and encouraging incoming students as they navigate through a new university. See our PIER flyer(PDF, 387KB) for more information.
- If you would like to participate in the PIER program, please complete a PIER Application(PDF, 264KB) and email to email@example.com. Please know, availability in the PIER program is limited and applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- For more information please contact us at 805- 437-3331, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Educational Access Center located in Bell Tower 1541.
Autism Support Group
- Monthly meetings.
- Students can attend as many meetings as they choose and can at any time during the semester. Students will receive an email the week of the event and a reminder email the day before.
- For more information, please contact Laura Czajkowski at 805-437-3288 or email email@example.com.
Additional Campus Resources
Temporary Disability Parking Requests
1. Temporary or permanent disabled placards can be obtained from any Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Office. This service requires an application signed by your medical professional. The required DMV form may be downloaded from the California Department of Motor Vehicles website. Disability Resource Programs (DRP) staff do not process this form either with the DMV or with CI Parking Services on behalf of students, faculty, staff, or community members.
2. CI Parking Services may accommodate requests for Americans with Disability Act (ADA) temporary parking arrangements in some circumstances. If you have become temporarily disabled, please take a doctor’s note detailing the beginning date and the end date of your temporary disability status to Parking Services in the Placer Hall.
*Please note: Temporary ADA parking arrangements made with our campus Parking Services only apply to designated ADA campus parking and are not valid outside of the campus. You will be cited and fined if used off campus.
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