Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services determines and facilitates accommodations for students with disabilities attending Arizona State University and those individuals who may be engaging in other ASU sponsored academic programs.
A reasonable accommodation is an adjustment made to allow a student with a disability to have equal access to the program, course or activity. Accommodations in higher education are typically those adjustments that allow students to demonstrate their knowledge in a way that mitigates the impact of the student's disability. Accommodations are determined on a case by case, course by course basis through the use of an interactive process between the student, student accessibility staff, and other university partners as needed to make an accommodation determination.
Students who may qualify for accommodations include; students who have been on an IEP or 504 Plan during k-12, students who have received accommodations at a previous institution, or those individuals who have been diagnosed with a condition that impacts one or more major life activities. If you feel you meet any of these criteria or would like to discuss if you would qualify for accommodations, we encourage you to complete our registration form.