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On July 25, 2014 Governor Cuomo signed legislation updating New York's accessibility symbol and eliminating the word handicapped from signage. The updated symbol reflects the active status of a person who uses a wheelchair. We would like to thank MyParkingSign for donating new signs to SUNY Adirondack.
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As a college student with a disability, you will need to request your accommodations through the Accessibility Services Office.
STEP 1: Meet with the Director to discuss your accommodations.
A. Fill out a registration form
B. Provide documentation supporting your request.
For most students, "documentation" is your IEP or 504 plan from your high school AND the most recent psychological-educational evaluation. If this does not apply to you, please read our Documentation Requirements for the acceptable form of documentation to submit.
STEP 2: Make an appointment with the Accessibility Assistant to get your accommodation forms. This step is repeated every semester.
Note: If you are an individual with a print disability you are eligible for alternate format texts, or also called e-text. To obtain your e-texts in a timely manner, you should speak with the Accessibility Assistant as soon as you know your schedule for the following semester. Be sure to sign up for a free membership to Bookshare where you can get most of your books.
STEP 3: Download Read and Write Gold to your computer here. This is a great study tool for ALL students.
Contact us at 518-743-2282
or come visit us in Warren Hall.
Our office also works with Veterans to certify them with the VA for their educational benefits. For detailed information click here.
Have you applied to the college yet? Be sure to see this page.