Students must self-identify with AccessABILITY Resource Services and submit documentation on the disability/(ies).

  • The eligibility determination process is not a same day process. Once documentation is received, it will be reviewed in order of receipt; therefore, it is recommended that documentation be submitted well in advance of any accommodation related needs (e.g. exam accommodations and alternative media services).

Students must make an appointment with the ARS Coordinator; located on the second floor of the 3C building at 928.344.7674 (V) Students must meet with the coordinator each semester to develop the accommodation letter.

  • Be prepared to speak to the Coordinator about their disability and the barriers they feel they may encounter in the classroom, as well as, accommodations or design modifications needed to ensure equal access.
  • The ARS Coordinator works with students to determine which design modifications or accommodations are appropriate for each class.
  • We encourage all students to contact instructors two weeks before the start of classes to discuss accommodations and success strategies for the semester. This not only gives the instructor time to consider the changes that will be needed to ensure access to materials, but also breaks the ice and encourages more effective communication.

Note:  Services can be requested at any time during the semester; however, requesting services well in advance will help ensure resources are available when needed.

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Contact Info

Phone: (928) 344-7674
Fax: (928) 344-7720
Location: 3C - Top Floor
  • Monday - Thursday: 7:00am - 7:00pm