What are the disabilities that DSPS serves?
How does a student qualify for services as a DSPS student?
What are the documentation requirements for verifying a disability?
Who is responsible for determining appropriate accommodations?
Are all students with disabilities registered with the DSPS office?
If I have been in the program at COS, do I have to reapply?
Someone said I should get tested for a Learning Disability. What kind of testing does DSPS do?
Is there an application period? When can I apply to the program?
As a faculty, how do I inform students in my classes about the services and accommodations DSPS has to offer?
As a faculty member, am I required to provide the accommodations DSPS authorized?
I have a student in class who told me he/she has a disability, but has not requested accommodations that I know of. Am I still responsible for accommodations?
What are some of the types of test accommodations available to students with disabilities?
A student with a disability was authorized for testing accommodations and plans on taking the tests in the DSPS office. How do I know that my exam will be safe and that the student will get no unfair advantage?
I would really like to help the student the best I can, what is their disability?
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