“Equal opportunity is the foundation for success. Disability Services at ASU Mid-South works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to help create an inclusive educational environment for students. Reasonable accommodations are provided by faculty to access course content and/or demonstrate learning when the design of the educational environment prevents equal participation.”
“We strive to ensure access for students with disabilities and to comply with ADA, ADAAA amendments act of 2008, Section 504 and Section 508 of Rehabilitation Act. Any ASU Mid-South student with a disability may utilize services through our office.”
Resources for Students:
Resources for Faculty
Disability Services is a resource for faculty in providing an inclusive and accessible educational environment for all students. If you have questions about any accommodation or need clarification on an issue, you are encouraged to discuss your concerns with the Director of Disability Services. Learn more about creating accessible course content and providing other accommodations.
Did You Know?
Accommodations are not retroactive. Students must request accommodations as far in advance as possible to allow for implementation. Waiting until the last minute jeopardizes the chances of utilizing accommodations.
Brice James-Battelle, Director of Disability Services
Dr. Barbara C. Baxter Learning Success Center
Donald W. Reynolds Center
2000 West Broadway
West Memphis, AR 72301