Academic Adjustments for students with Disabilities:
Purdue University strives to make learning experiences as accessible
as possible. If you anticipate or experience physical or academic
barriers based on disability, you are welcome to let me know so that
we can discuss options. You are also encouraged to contact the
Disability Resource Center at: email@example.com or by phone:
If you have been certified by the Disability Resource Center (DRC) as
eligible for academic adjustments on exams or quizzes see
here for exam and quiz
procedures for your mathematics course or go to MATH 202 for paper
In the event that you are waiting to be certified by the Disability
Resource Center we encourage you to review our procedures prior to
If your course does not have a common exam (typically 3** and 4**
courses) , accommodations are managed between the instructor,
student and DRC Testing Center. For courses with common exams
(typically 2** and 1** courses), the exam will be
arranged through the Department of Mathematics. Note that 265 is
somewhat special: it has common finals but not common midterms.
For all in-class accommodations please see your instructors outside
class hours before or after class or during office hours to share
your Accommodation Memorandum for the current semester and discuss
your accommodations as soon as possible.
THIS SHOULD BE DONE DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF
Students who are currently undergoing an evaluation process to
determine whether they are eligible for academic adjustments, are
encouraged to find out
now what procedures they will have to follow when they are
certified, by requesting the above mentioned Information Sheet from
Large print copies of the Information Sheet are available from MATH
202 upon request.
If you have more questions, come and talk to me.