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University of Dayton

Dayton, OH
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Special Needs

Dayton Says...

Disability Documentation Practices The Office of Learning Resources (OLR), in keeping with best practices, utilizes the experience of professional staff and the documentation practices outlined by the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) while maintaining the spirit of the... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

300 College Park

Dayton, OH 45469-1310

United States

Phone: 937-229-4411

Fax: 937-229-4729

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Admissions Information
Program / Service Name:Office of Learning Resources - Disability Services
Type of Program:For all students with disabilities
Director:Elizabeth G. Harrison, Ph.D.
College Entrance Tests Required:Yes
Interview Required:No
Documentation Requred for LD:The LTC’s Office of Learning Resources (OLR) asks students who wish to make an official request for disability accommodations to contact a member of the OLR staff to discuss the barriers they anticipate or are facing and the kinds of accommodations that may be appropriate while attending classes and participating in community life at the University of Dayton. OLR has established an interactive process that will enable us to work together to determine reasonable accommodations. To do this, we need information on how your condition is likely to impact you here at the University of Dayton--in the classroom, laboratory, testing, and community living learning environments. As we work with you to examine the reasonableness of the accommodations you have requested, we will look at your request in relation to your disability or condition and the essential elements of the course, program, or services involved. In addition to your own report, OLR may request external documentation to support your request for specific accommodations. Reports from school systems, doctors, and other professionals; records of past accommodations and services; or results from diagnostic procedures/assessments may clarify how your condition impacts your learning and living on campus, and thus the connection between your disability or condition and your accommodation request. Please see website for more information: http://www.udayton.edu/ltc/learningresources/index.php#interactive
Documentation Required for ADHD:The LTC’s Office of Learning Resources (OLR) asks students who wish to make an official request for disability accommodations to contact a member of the OLR staff to discuss the barriers they anticipate or are facing and the kinds of accommodations that may be appropriate while attending classes and participating in community life at the University of Dayton. OLR has established an interactive process that will enable us to work together to determine reasonable accommodations. To do this, we need information on how your condition is likely to impact you here at the University of Dayton--in the classroom, laboratory, testing, and community living learning environments. As we work with you to examine the reasonableness of the accommodations you have requested, we will look at your request in relation to your disability or condition and the essential elements of the course, program, or services involved. In addition to your own report, OLR may request external documentation to support your request for specific accommodations. Reports from school systems, doctors, and other professionals; records of past accommodations and services; or results from diagnostic procedures/assessments may clarify how your condition impacts your learning and living on campus, and thus the connection between your disability or condition and your accommodation request. Please see website for more information: http://www.udayton.edu/ltc/learningresources/index.php#interactive

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Services Offered
Calculator allowed in exams:Yes
Dictionary allowed in exams:Yes
Computer allowed in exams:Yes
Spellchecker allowed in exams:Yes
Extended test time:Yes
Scribes:Yes
Proctors:Yes
Oral exams:Yes
Notetakers:Yes
Distraction-free environment:Yes
Accommodation for students with ADHD: Yes
Reading machine:Yes
Other assistive technology:Yes
LD specialists:Yes
Added costs for services:No
Priority registration:Yes

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Special Needs

  • Program / Service Name:
    Office of Learning Resources - Disability Services
  • Type of Program:
    For all students with disabilities
  • Director:
    Elizabeth G. Harrison, Ph.D.
  • LD specialists:
    Yes
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