Access Center reopens to students

By staff reports

WSU’s Access Center would like to remind incoming freshmen and current students with documented disabilities that they can apply for reasonable accommodations available.

These resources are offered so that students can reach their goals and be fully successful during their academic career.

WSU Faculty, and Access Center staff understands that having any sort of mental or physical disability can be intimidating, presenting challenges in and out of the classroom.

The Access Center helps students communicate with their instructors on a consistent basis so that any medical challenges are not a hindrance and do not take away from any student’s college experience.

Students with questions or concerns regarding the process of acquiring accommodations for a course should contact the access center immediately. Waiting until the semester is well under way can present challenges.

There are four Disability Specialists, more commonly known as access advisers, available to students at Washington State University and its Global Campus.

To set up an appointment, students may call, email, or visit the general Access Center page.

Reporting by Kayla Bonar