Accommodations may be available for students with disabilities upon enrollment in the University and registration with Student Disability Services.
A student is considered a registered student with a disability upon enrollment in the University and completion of the following forms and mailed to:
Director of Student Development Rogers State University 1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd. Claremore, OK 74017
To register as a student with a disability, the following forms must be completed each semester the student is requesting services and accommodations:
If you are a student with a hearing impairment or deafness and desire an interpreter, the following form must be completed each semester you are requesting interpreting services:
If you are a student with a disability who desires to have a parent, relative, spouse, or other person involved in the decision making process regarding services and accommodations, the following form must be completed:
The following are some tips to help students with disabilities with enrollment process at Rogers State University.
- Ask for help!
- Register early and plan your schedule before enrolling
- Ask yourself:
- Have I planned enough time in between classes?
- Have I allowed time between classes for extended testing time for exams?
- Have I allowed time to process the information from a class, to study for the next class, or get organized for the next class?
- Is the facility accessible? If not, please visit with the Director of Student Development to plan for that class.
- Do you need special assistance in reading for a class?
- Do you need the books or materials in an alternative format?
- Double check your class schedule.
- Are you a morning person or have problems with joints or body aches in the early morning? If not, schedule your classes for the afternoon.
- Are you prone to seizures or changes in blood sugar levels during certain times of the day? How can you schedule around those times?
- Do you have special dietary needs or take medication at specific times? Schedule accordingly.
- If you have trouble concentrating or processing information, you may have more success in classes that last 50 minutes rather than classes that last longer.
- If you need more continuity or practice time in class, choose courses that meet three times per week.
- What type of class fits your learning style?
- Class format (small group vs. large lecture)
- Teaching style of professor
- Exam format (essay vs. multiple choice)
- Reading requirements
- Number of credit hours (manageable vs. required)