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Contact

Disability Services
SSCB 1.301

Phone: 281-283-2648
Fax: 281-283-2624
Disability@uhcl.edu

Fall and Spring Semesters
Mon - Thu: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Summer and Semester Break
Mon - Thu: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fri: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Faculty

Faculty

Our office assists to meet your legal obligation to students with disabilities and helps you become more fluent with disability issues, adaptive equipment, and accommodations.

You have responsibilities when responding to requests for disability accommodations. This involves having a dialogue with the student about their disability needs, working with them and our office to establish reasonable accommodations.

Frequently Asked Questions provides useful definitions and information like what to do when a student hands you an accommodation letter, how to talk to a student with a disability, and how to arrange accommodations.

ADA Syllabus Statement

The University of Houston System requires that you have the ADA Statement in your syllabus. Announce to your classes at the beginning of each semester your willingness assist to students with disabilities and provide information about Disability Services.

Providing Accommodations

Extended Time, Test Environment, and Proctors & Administrators

Students with disabilities need to be registered with Disability Services, provide you with an accommodation letter, and make an agreement with you to receive accommodations.

Exam Proctoring Form (doc)
Complete sections A, B and C and send it with the exam to Disability Services one week in advance:

  • E-mail: DisabilityTests@uhcl.edu
  • Hand deliver: SSCB 1.301; students can deliver tests in a sealed envelope
  • Fax: 281-283-2624
  • Campus mail: Box 258

The completed exam is returned back to the instructor within one business day.

Teaching Resources

Learn about effective teaching methods for working with particular disabilities and the types of adaptive equipment that benefit students’ abilities to learn.


 Date Updated: 08-DEC-2014
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