Student Accessibility Services
Carroll University is committed to making otherwise qualified students with disabilities full participants in its programs, courses, services and activities. Student Accessibility Services provides assistance to students who have supplied appropriate documentation evidencing impacts that substantially limit one or more major life activities.
Our mission is to create a campus community where all students have equitable access to all aspects of the educational environment.
We work with a wide array of students on campus. Common diagnoses include, but are not limited to:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Blindness or low vision
- Chronic health diagnoses
- Deafness or hard of hearing
- Learning disabilities
- Mental health concerns
- Traumatic brain injuries
Carroll University provides accommodations to students with disabilities in accordance with federal laws, including the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAA) of 2008.
Student Accessibility Services offers a variety of services to our campus population. We work to provide reasonable classroom accommodations that reduce barriers students face related to a disability. Some common classroom accommodations are listed below:
To start the eligibility process for accommodations, please complete our online Accommodation Request Form.
Student Accessibility Services is located at The Center for Student Life and Wellness: 304 N. East Avenue, Waukesha, WI, 53186. For general questions or concerns, please e-mail Student Accessibility Services at SAS@printcomlatina.com or call 262.524.7335.
We are also the entity that approves housing accommodations for students living on campus, such as coordinating a single room. Our office is available to answer questions regarding service and emotional support animal policies at Carroll University. Additionally, we assist students who need accessible classroom locations due to a permanent mobility disability.
- Extended time on exams and quizzes
- Reduced distraction test environment
- Notetaking assistance
- Alternative formats for texts
We encourage current and prospective students, faculty, staff, and other campus partners to contact us at SAS@printcomlatina.com or call 262.524.7335 with any questions or feedback related to accommodations and accessibility.