- DRC has already requested Communication Access services on your behalf since the Online Services system is new. However, we have not make any other accommodation requests for you. Therefore, when you first log into the system, your classes will already show as “Requested.” If you plan to use other accommodations, such as testing or note-taking, you will “Modify Request” in each of your classes by scrolling down on your overview page, selecting “Modify Accommodation,” and clicking on each accommodation you’d like to use.
- When you log into the system, select the classes in which you plan to use note-taking. Select the button that says “Continue to Customize your Accommodations.” If you have already requested any type of accommodations for that class, you will select the class title and modify the request.
How to request document conversion for your classes
- Go to the “Accommodations” tab on the student page. Select any classes they want e-text. Select the button that says “continue to customize your accommodations. If you have already requested any type of accommodations for that class, you can select the class title and modify their requests.
- When you log into the system, select the classes in which you plan to use test accommodations. Select the button that says “continue to customize your accommodations. If you have already requested any type of accommodations for that class, you will select the class title and modify the request.
Overview and Making Accommodation Requests
- When you first log into DRC’s new Online Service, you will see an overview page that gives you general information.
- If you haven’t yet requested accommodations, you’ll see that on your To Do list. DRC staff also may add information that you need to know. And later in the semester you’ll have the opportunity to rate the work of your note-takers or interpreters.
Welcome to DRC’s Online Services system. We are pleased to have a new database that will have a lot more functionality than our old system.
Instructions to walk you through the system, including how to request accommodations and how to schedule exams, are at: http://drc.arizona.edu/students/tutorials.
If you have questions, contact us at DRC-Info@email.arizona.edu or 621-3268
If you take good class notes and would be willing to share them with a disabled student, sign up now to be a notetaker in your spring classes. The process is quick and sharing your notes is simple and can be done entirely online by visiting our Note-taker Registration page.
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You are about to complete the DRC New Student form. Accommodation requests for testing (including final exams) or note-taking are unable to be processed for the current semester. The information you provide will be reviewed and you will be contacted by DRC staff to discuss any Spring/Summer 2015 requests shortly.
Other accommodation requests will be reviewed and you will be contacted by DRC staff to discuss as appropriate. Please note that the end of the semester is our busiest time at the DRC, but we will make all attempts to contact you as soon as possible.