Meeting Course Standards
The legal standard is that students with disabilities must have access to courses and course materials they can effectively use at the same time the course and course materials are available to their classmates. There may be rare exceptions; if instructors believe they may not be able to meet this standard, consultation with SAS is strongly advised.
SAS is a resource for faculty and staff members who are working with individual students with disabilities or to assure that your programs, activities, and services are fully accessible. Equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities and compliance with disability civil rights laws is a shared responsibility that extends across the campus.
Each department, office, campus activity, etc. is responsible for the accessibility of its own programs, services and activities.