Accommodation and Service Training
This information is for current students receiving services through the Center for Students with Disabilities. Please complete all approved accommodation and service training as directed by your Disability Services Coordinator.
Resetting Your Accommodation Request Portal Password
Requesting Accommodations For Your Classes (Replacement for the VISA)
Notifying your instructors of your desired accommodations for each of your classes
Equal access to the testing process at the University without compromising the integrity of the class.
Alternative Media is the provision of printed materials in alternative formats for individuals with visual or information processing disabilities. Print materials are provided in a variety of alternative formats.
Please complete the Alternative Media post training quiz by clicking HERE
Assistive Technology is a system of no tech, low tech and high tech tools, strategies and services that match a persons needs, abilities and tasks.
Please complete the Assistive Technology post training quiz by clicking HERE
Volunteer NoteTaking - Students RECEIVING Notes
Access to copies of class notes to qualified students with disabilities through the Accommodation Request Portal.
Volunteer NoteTaking - Volunteers PROVIDING Notes
Training for students volunteering to provide notes to students with disabilities
To take the Volunteer Notetaker Post-Training Quiz, please click HERE.
Pick-up and drop-of service for academic and non-academic rides. For more information regarding the service please click HERE
Please complete the Adaptive Transportation post training quiz by clicking HERE
Project ASSIST is a supplementary, fee-based program that provides comprehensive and individualized academic tutoring support to students. The program is intended to empower students with the tools they need to be successful at UW-Whitewater. For more information regarding the service please click HERE
Please complete the Project ASSIST post training quiz by clicking HERE
In & Out-of-Class Aides
In class aides provide equal access to classroom activities for student who cannot physically manipulate course materials. Out-of-Class aides provide assistance in physically completing homework activities and projects (not academic tutoring).
Please complete the In & Out-of-Class Aides post training quiz by clicking HERE