Creating an accessible learning environment
The Accessibility Center at UW Oshkosh is committed to being an active partner with students, faculty and staff to provide services and support for students with disabilities ensuring equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of the university programs, services and activities on all three of our campuses.
Offering a range of resources, the Accessibility Center coordinates reasonable accommodations, providing students the opportunity to reach their highest level of success along with promoting independence and self-advocacy.
Fond du Lac and Fox Valley Students
All accommodation processes will be handled by the Oshkosh campus Accessibility Coordinator. For campus-specific accommodations, questions and concerns, students may connect with their campus contact.
Information for Parents and Guardians
Your child’s well-being at UW Oshkosh is taken into serious consideration. Please contact us with any additional questions or concerns.
All students requesting accommodations must go through an application and interview process with the Accessibility Center.
As an instructor or faculty member at the UW Oshkosh, you play an important role in ensuring access for students with disabilities.
Alternative media is the provision of printed materials in alternative formats for individuals with visual or information processing disabilities.
Equal access to the testing process at the University without compromising the integrity of the class. Visit the Testing Center website.
Various resources are available for students to check out for a limited time.
Create equal access to the learning environment (i.e. preferential seating, accessible room location, chair/table/desk adjustments, etc.).
Accurate translation of spoken/auditory information in the classroom for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Support & Liaison
Support and liaison services are available to students. Discuss your specific situation or concern with your Campus Contact for assistance.
Access to copies of class notes to qualified students with disabilities through the use of classroom volunteers.