Owen Center for Teaching & Learning
Owen Center for Teaching & Learning

Implementing Accommodations

Once you have documented your disability with the Stoner Health & Counseling Center, you will need to meet with the disability coordinator at the beginning of each semester to identify the academic accommodations you will need and to discuss how the accommodations will be implemented.

Accommodations are not implemented automatically after the first semester because you will change, and you will respond to your courses differently as your courses change. Therefore, your needs, your ongoing academic growth and the requirements of particular courses determine academic adjustments.

Notifying the Instructor

If your disability will affect your classroom performance, we recommend that you speak directly with your professor You have the best knowledge of your disability and how it affects your classroom performance. Such a meeting will begin a dialogue on how you and your professor can work together to meet your learning needs and academic requirements throughout the semester. While academic adjustments, tutoring and support classes can meet specific needs, your interactions with your instructors will be the most helpful in meeting the requirements of the courses. You will also be responsible for delivering your academic accommodation letters to your professors personally each semester.

Special Test Taking Environment

Some disabilities require that you take your exams under special conditions, such as in a distraction-free environment or with extended testing time. Special conditions may be implemented under your professor’s supervision or with the assistance of the disability coordinator. It is your responsibility to make arrangements with both your professor and the disability coordinator to arrange to complete your exam in the Testing Center on the third floor of the Campus Center (located in the Owen Academic & Career Support Center).

Contact Information

Campus Center 314


Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Our Team

David Briggs
Academic Advising Coordinator
Beeghly Library 219
(419) 448-2237
David Briggs
Erin Chapman-Hoskins
Director Academic Advising
Campus Center 313
(419) 448-2479
Erin Chapman
Courtney DeMayo Pugno
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Campus Center 316
(419) 448-2510
Courtney DeMayo Pugno
Rebecca Frank
Director of Faculty Development and Instructional Technology
(419) 448-2460
rebecca taylor
Amy Hammitt
Administrative Assistant for the Owen Center and American Junior Year Program
Campus Center 315
(419) 448-2301
Morgan Harrigan
Executive Director of the Owen Center for Teaching and Learning
Campus Center 315
(419) 448-2159
Morgan H
Alyssa Kontak
Director of Student Accessibility Services
Campus Center 314
(419) 448-2484
Alyssa Kontak
Erin Smith
Academic Coaching Coordinator
Beeghly Library
erin smith