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Access Center

Blind/Low Vision Services

WSU is committed to providing access to all parts of university life. Establishing accommodations can be time-intensive and requires planning.  Please contact our office as soon as possible, in order to have accommodations in place. 

Available services include:

  • Alternative print course materials, in Braille, digital format, audio format, and the use of assistive  technology
  • Testing accommodations, including extended time, readers, scribes, screen reader, screen magnification and other assistive technology
  • Note taking services
  • Priority Registration
  • Referral to other campus services

For the best outcomes, please

  •  Provide us with a list of all classes for which alternative print and note takers will be needed with days, times and places at least four weeks before services are  needed or earlier, if possible.
  •  Inform us of problems with notetakers as soon as possible.
  •  Inform your Access Advisor immediately,  if you need to make changes to your accommodation or are having difficulties in receiving your accommodations.
  •  Return all loaned equipment.