The Office of Access and Equity Services is ready, willing and able to assist wounded warriors transitioning to TC3. While getting documentation of your disability from the military can sometimes be a difficult process, we can assist you with that process as well as put temporary measures in place to assure that you are accommodated to fit your individual needs. Recent changes the military’s stance on diagnosing PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) will provide many former active duty and current reserve service members with the opportunity to be provided with a reduced distraction (reduced stress) testing environment, among other possible accommodations. Other diagnoses, including, but not limited to Traumatic Brain Injury, orthopedic injuries, pain management, Attention Deficit Disorder, depression, and anxiety disorders may also be accommodated.
Accommodations may include, but are not limited to:
- Test-taking modifications
- Special classroom seating (including padded chairs with or without arms)
- Note-taking assistance
- Being able to use a recorder to record the class
- Print materials in alternative formats
- Auxiliary aids, such as calculators, word processors, specialized computer software or hardware
Assistance with financial aid is available through a Financial Aid Counselor and Veteran’s Coordinator. Scholarship information as well as information and links to the paperwork required by the military, is available on that site.
Please allow us to assist you in meeting your postsecondary educational goals. Contact Carolyn Boone, ext 4283, Coordinator of Access and Equity Services or Marilyn Webb, ext. 4416, Coordinator of Tutoring and Accommodation Services.