Off Campus Resources
The NYS Department of Education provides funding for readers for students who do not have benefit of vision and subsidizes funds for note takers and sign language interpreters for students who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Sign language interpreters are provided to students who are officially documented as deaf and hard of hearing.
(718) 433 -1092
Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic
An invaluable educational resource, enabling those with print disabilities to complete their educations, advance their careers, and gain self-esteem. RFB &D provides print information in accessible formats.
(212) 557 - 5720
Vocational Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID) is a NYS agency which provides jobs and careers.
(800) 272 - 5448
During the first two weeks of each semester, each student is required to meet with the Director of Services to complete an accommodations request form and to establish/ review appropriate academic adjustments and services for the semester. Each student is encouraged to notify his/her instructor(s)/ professor(s) of their special need(s) and appropriate academic adjustments for the classroom setting. For example, students may qualify for one or a combination of the following: extended time on tests, different testing strategies, tape recording class sessions, note takers, documented absences due to disability, etc. The Office of Accessibility Program will formally notify faculty of recommended accommodations, provided students give written authorization.