Faculty and staff are essential partners in providing and promoting an accessible learning environment for all students.
This guide is to serve as a resource to assist faculty and staff, and create a better understanding that the campus commitment is part of a larger institutional commitment to diversity, social justice, and equity.
Colleges and universities have an obligation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to provide qualified students with access to programs and services. Institutions also have an obligation to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations, under the law.
SAT works with students to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations dependent upon each individual situation. Some of the more common accommodations, including common implementation examples, are listed on the link.
Visit our frequently asked questions about the and Student Accessibility and Testing and requirements.
What Faculty Need to Know for Today's Missouri S&T Student
Missouri S&T Policy Related to Students with Disabilities - Specific Responsibilities of the Faculty
Seizures - What to do when someone has a seizure
Microsoft's Accessibility Options - Microsoft's commitment to making computers easier for everyone to use
Apple Accessibility - The official Apple Support page has accessibility tips, tricks, and how-to guides from Apple.
Accessible Web Page Design - Information on making web pages accessible to the disabled
Understanding Universal Design in the Classroom
UDL in Higher Education
Our Testing Center is located on the ground floor in Norwood Hall. It serves the Missouri S&T and the greater Rolla area community by providing a courteous and secure atmosphere for testing and assessment services.