Center for Access and Assistive Technology


General services of the Center for Access and Assistive Technology include:

  • liaison with local, state, federal agencies
  • individual orientation
  • pre-admission counseling
  • assistance with registration
  • assistance in obtaining notetakers
  • classroom accommodations
  • liaison with faculty and campus offices
  • supplemental tutorial services
  • monitoring of academic progress
  • personal counseling
  • academic counseling
  • advocacy
  • resource for high schools
  • admissions placement testing

Alternative Testing Services for Students with Disabilities

The Center for Access and Assistive Technology (CAAT) provides an alternative testing service, in compliance with ADA standards, to students who have disabilities. Eligibility for this service is determined by the CAAT staff, and is based on the current professional documentation provided by the student and course requirements.

Alternative Testing Policies and Guidelines

Alternative Testing Reservation System (login required)
Current students who are already registered for testing services with the CAAT office and need accommodations for taking a test or exam, should complete this request.