Office for Accessibility Services
Students with approved testing accommodations (i.e. extended time, readers, scribes) schedule their exams in one of the 10 private testing rooms. The OAS employs Academic Aides to assist and monitor students during testing. Assistance with classroom mechanics is available when necessary.
Assistive technology works with any device or technique that can be used by a person with a disability to minimize the cognitive, sensory, motor and/or linguistic limitations that a disability might otherwise impose. A broad range of services are provided to enable individuals with disabilities to function in school, home and the workplace.
Peer Advising is an individual service in which student participants are paired with Peer Advisors for several hours a week. Common tasks that students and Peer Advisors address are directed to develop or refine student success strategies in the areas of time management, organization, note taking, test taking, and additional personal and study skills that promote success for each individual student. Peer Advisors are not tutors; however, they will work with students to access subject-specific tutoring services that are offered by all academic departments.
Support for individual students in all stages of the writing process is available using various strategies that compensate for written language disabilities. There is a fee for this service.
If you are also a veteran, please visit the Edinboro University Veterans Success pages for more information and assistance.