ADA Frequently Asked Questions
What is a "reasonable accommodation"?
A reasonable accommodation makes it possible for a student with a disability to participate fully in an education program and for an instructor to fairly evaluate the student's understanding of the material without interference from the disability.
A reasonable accommodation is not intended to compromise academic standards. Accommodations vary as they are wholly dependent on individual student needs. The accommodation memos you receive at the beginning of each semester will detail the needs of the students you work with.