Accommodations and Resources

Accommodations, as determined on an individual case-by-case basis, may include such things as:

  • Notetakers
  • Taped textbooks
  • Extended time on tests
  • Test environment with fewer distractions
  • A reader during exams
  • A scribe to write dictated test answers
  • A computer for writing test answers

Other accommodations may be implemented on a case by case basis. 

These and other resources are also available to support students' success at Hendrix:

Students who believe that they have not received adequate or appropriate accommodation in an academic matter or faculty who are not satisfied with the proposed accommodations are encouraged to consult with the Academic Specialist.  Should this consultation not produce the desired results, the concern may be taken to the Provost of the College.  In case of a non-academic matter, the Dean of Students should be contacted.