Disability Support Services (DSS) will coordinate
the access to educational materials on audiotape for students with a documented disability who have been
approved for this academic adjustment by the DSS Manager. The following identifies the responsibilities
of the student and DSS if the student chooses to utilize educational materials on audiotape.
Student should give DSS a minimum of six
weeks notice to arrange for educational materials on audiotape.
Student should utilize Priority
Student must purchase any textbook
or educational materials that are to be recorded in the DSS Office.
Student will pick up audiotapes
from the DSS Office in a timely manner. If audiotapes are not picked up in a timely manner,
services may be suspended until the student meets with the DSS Manager.
Student will return all audiotapes
recorded by DSS to the DSS Office immediately upon the completion of the quarter. If the
audiotapes are not returned and other arrangements have not been approved, a hold will be
placed on his or her records.
Student is responsible for all
audiotapes borrowed from outside agencies, to include returning the tapes following the
agency's policies and procedures.
Student must promise not to duplicate
or lend audiotapes to other individuals.
DSS will send a letter to the student
outlining the student's approved academic adjustments.
DSS will make every effort to provide the student with
all requested educational materials on audiotape in a timely manner. In the event notice is not given in a
timely manner, DSS will attempt to provide the student with the requested educational
materials on audiotape on an as needed basis.
DSS will arrange for educational materials on
audiotape to be provided by outside agencies when available.
DSS will inform the student when audiotapes being
recorded by DSS are ready to be picked up.
The above responsibilities have been explained to me, and I understand my responsibilities.