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Requesting Accommodations

  • Alternate Format Services Accommodations

    Student Accessibility Services offers alternate format services to students with documented print disabilities. Requests should be submitted

    • 4 weeks prior to the term for digital format (typically received as a PDF) or enlarged materials  
    • 12 weeks prior to the term for Braille materials

    How to obtain this service

    Contact your Accommodation Specialist to determine your eligibility and appropriate accommodations. Once approved, request your accommodations each term via the AIM Database.




  • Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Accommodations

    Accommodations such as ASL interpreting, TypeWell transcribing, communication access realtime translation (CART) and captioned media are available to assist Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing students in both credit and noncredit college courses and related activities. Requests should be made 4 weeks prior to the term. Requests made with less than four weeks' notice may be difficult to fill by the first day of class.

  • Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Registration

    If you are eligible to receive Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing accommodations, you are encouraged to use early registration. Contact Student Accessibility Services to find out the dates and make an appointment for early registration.

    If you don’t use early registration, you will need to register for classes in My Chemeketa then input your requests into the AIM database as soon as possible to allow enough time to schedule accommodations. Requests made with less than four weeks notice may be difficult to fill by the first day of class.

  • Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing - Events and Other Requests

    To request accommodations for academic activities outside the regular classroomsuch as field trips, meetings with instructors, tutoring appointments, Disability Services to complete a request for sign language interpreter/transcriber form.

    It is your responsibility to look over class syllabi for field trips or other activities that occur outside the regular classroom, and request accommodations as soon as possible. Requests for these events may take up to ten business days.

    Please allow two business days for other requests.

  • How to schedule a test

    Important: be sure to talk to your instructor at the beginning of each term about your testing accommodations. 

    • Sign in to AIM 
    • Locate My Accommodations (left column)
    • Click on Alternative Testing
    • Select the appropriate class from the drop down menu 
    • Click Schedule an Exam
    • Click-Select One next to Request Type and choose type of exam you are scheduling
    • Date: Students are strongly encouraged to schedule tests at least 2 business days in advance for regular tests, or 5 business days for finals 
    • Services Requested: choose the accommodations you want for the test by clicking in the corresponding boxes 
    • Click on Add Exam Request

    At the top of the screen you will see system update is successful with a green check mark when you have entered everything correctly You will receive a reminder within 24 to 48 hours.

    *Important Information* Testing appointment times need to be scheduled during the SAS departments regularly scheduled business hours. If you have Questions about scheduling a test, or our regular business hours, please call us at 503.399.5192.