From questions about class navigation and discussion boards to details about books and curriculum, our online orientation will teach you all you need to feel prepared. Complete this informative mini-course before starting your graduate degree program classes. Watch this quick video to learn more. Details on undergraduate programs are coming soon!
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Our Distance Education Library Services gives students remote access to a number of useful electronic resources, including databases, e-books, print materials and online book catalogs. Use the EBSCO Discovery Service to search for books, articles, media and journals quickly on several search engines at once. Access tutorials to get the most out of your online library experience.
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- Each student should identify him/herself to the Coordinator of Disability Services (GDJ Student Union, Suite 328, or call 580-745-2392)
- A special needs intake will document the disability and appropriate accommodations
- A letter explaining which accommodations are necessary and who to contact if further explanation or instruction is needed will be sent to each instructor
- The student has the responsibility to notify the Coordinator of Disability Services if the accommodations are not provided or are inadequate
Accommodations can include, but are not limited to:
- tape recording lectures
- note-taking services
- sign language interpreters
- additional time for tests
- adaptive equipment (computers, seating, enlargements of materials)
- recorded syllabi, handouts, etc.
- special materials, such as color overlays
- recorded or braille texts
The Coordinator of Disability Services will be happy to discuss all accommodations and discuss other options to provide an equal opportunity.
Any information regarding a person's disability is considered confidential and should not be discussed in class or with anyone who does not have a "need to know."
Tell the student how to request services.
A grievance procedure is on file in the following offices:
- Office for Student Affairs, A205
- Human Resources Office, A309
- SE Coordinator of Disability Services, GDJ Student Union, Suite 328
There are many people with disabilities who want a chance to be full participants in life. The faculty and staff of Southeastern have a major role in students' lives, and it is very important that we meet the needs of all our students. Most of us have had limited contact with people with disabilities, and we are sometimes unsure of how to respond. By becoming involved and informed, our students will have a greater chance to reach their full potential.
Please remember that it is not helpful to the students of the university for you to accommodate a student outside of the process. SOSU has exemplary policies, as cited by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). OCR has used our policies as models for other universities to follow. Acting outside of the policies can create situations where unnecessary accommodations become necessary. The best way to assist students with accommodations is to follow our written policies.