Academic and nonacademic assistance is provided to students with self-identified disabilities (permanent or temporary) who have provided appropriate documentation to the Office of Student Disabilities Services (Hunter Student Development Center, Alfred campus; Pioneer Student Union, Wellsville campus).
Academic services may include faculty conferencing, tutoring referrals, assistive technology, note takers, and testing accommodations. Non-academic services may include residence hall accommodations and agency referrals. Attendant care and personal assistive devices are not provided. Accommodations are decided by the counselors from Student Disabilities Services after reviewing the appropriate documentation and talking with the individual student. Please remember that self-advocacy is essential to receiving assistance.