Deaf or Hard of Hearing
The DRC office provides reasonable accommodations and services for students who are deaf/hard of hearing. Students must provide appropriate documentation of disability (see DRC documentation guidelines). All students will meet with DRC staff to develop an Accommodation Agreement. The DRC staff will explain the accommodation process, specifically the importance of self-advocacy and working collaboratively with the DRC staff and instructors.
Prior to the beginning of each semester, students approved for ASL Interpreting Services or speech-to-text transcription services will meet with DRC staff to review their course schedule. All students must read and sign the Interpreter/Transcribing Services Policy Agreement form which details the following:
- Service Requests
- Services Cancellation
- No-Show and Tardiness Policy