IMPORTANT REMINDERS!!! Please log in to the Disability Services AIM (Accessible Information Management) System at the beginning of every semester to request your accommodations! If changes need to be made to the accommodations you receive, schedule a meeting with your Disability Services Counselor.
Each semester, log in to AIM.
- Under MY ACCOMMODATIONS, the student chooses LIST ACCOMMODATIONS
- Go to "Step 1: Select Class(es)" and check mark each class in which you are requesting accommodations
- Click on "Step 2-Continue to Customize Your Accommodations"
- Under "Select Accommodation for..." check each accommodation you want for that particular course.
- After you have finished this for each class, click on SUBMIT YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS REQUEST.
REMEMBER: ALWAYS READ EMAILS FROM DISABILITY SERVICES (DServices). Check your A-State email on a regular basis. Disability Services and your faculty members will contact you through your A-State smail account.
REMEMBER: GO IN TO AIM TO SCHEDULE YOUR EXAMS AT LEAST 3 DAYS IN ADVANCE. INSTRUCTIONS ARE UNDER "HELPFUL HINTS" ON THE DISABILITY SERVICES WEBSITE.
REMEMBER: Go into your account in AIM into MY ACCOMMODATIONS and click on NOTETAKING SERVICES. Click on CONFIRM (IN BLUE) for the courses you will need note taking.
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A-State is committed to providing opportunities in higher education for students with disabilities who demonstrate reasonable college success.
Creating a barrier free environment
Disability Services is responsible for the coordination and provision of support services to students with disabilities. We strive to ensure access for students with disabilities and to comply with ADA, ADAAA amendments act of 2008, Section 504 and Section 508 of Rehabilitation Act. Any A-State student with a disability may utilize services through DS.
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