Student Accessibility Services

 

 

Student Accessibility Services

We handle requests for students with disabilities (physical, learning, psychological, chronic or temporary medical conditions, etc.) who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Eligibility for services is determined on a case-by-case basis and with respect to the documentation provided to our office.

Apply for Accommodations

Students can submit an online request for accommodations through our software system, Eagle Accommodate. Once approved, students will use this system to renew accommodations each semester, submit supplemental requests, request alternative formats and appointments by signing into their Accommodate Student Portal.

COVID-19 Updates

Due to COVID-19, we are limiting in-person visits and adhering to social distancing. To make an appointment to speak with a SAS team member, please log in to Accommodate to schedule an appointment. Students may also call the main office number, 919-530-6325, or email the team member directly.

Contact Information

* Phones are forwarded to off-site locations.

Online/Remote Course Delivery

Individuals who have one or more of the known underlying health conditions that present a higher risk of serious illness if exposed to COVID-19 can submit a request for an academic adjustment. A list of these underlying health conditions can be found on the CDC website. Students requesting services from SAS for the first time can submit a request online though Eagle Accommodate. Students who already receive accommodations will need to login to their Accommodate Student Portal and submit a Supplemental Request.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions—Student Accessibility Services has answers! Learn about what services and accommodations SAS provides and how we can help you excel at NCCU.

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Remote Learning Accommodations

Confused about remote learning accommodations? We've created a useful guide for students, faculty and staff on handling accommodations remotely.

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