Academic Care Team
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Student Disability Services
Student Disability Services & University Testing eliminates barriers to equal access to the college
- Providing timely and appropriate accommodations to students with disabilities
- Developing students with disabilities’ self-awareness and self-advocacy skills
- Informing students and faculty about their resources, rights & responsibilities; and
- Challenging attitudes that limit sociocultural inclusion and respect with outreach to students, faculty
Accommodations in college differ from those in high school. For more information on services and
accommodations, please visit the Student Disability Services webpage.
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Video about accessing accommodations
The OT SENSE (Support to Effectively Navigate the School Environment) program meets with
students once a week to help them find occupational balance in their lives here at Regis. With the
support of graduate OT students as peer mentors, students are provided with 1:1 mentoring which
focuses on the student’s unique strengths and goals. Some students want to have a better
understanding of resources available to them, others want help with time management and
organizational strategies that best fit their learning style, while others want to feel more connected to
the Regis community or learn how to advocate for their needs.
Using an occupational therapy framework, the program keeps the student at the center of the plan.
We look for ways to modify or adapt the activity or the environment in order to build on successes.
Active participation on the part of the student-including reflection on what is working and what is not
—is required. Students are held accountable to their goals through a weekly assessment of how
satisfied they are with a particular goal area. For more information, contact ___.
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