Explore Northern Arizona’s Meteor Crater, Grand Canyon National Park and the San Francisco Volcanic Fields with Faculty Fellow Rick Bennett and DRC staff members in a three-day camping trip!
College is new environment with many different class/lecture styles. Take time to figure out how you learn/study best; discover your learning style. Based on these learning styles, you may appreciate the following strategies:
The University of Arizona is committed to inclusion and access. DRC is designated by the University to ensure access to UA and UA Online classes, programs and activities for disabled individuals. Our processes are designed to be convenient for students. Simply:
Complete the DRC Accommodation Request Form online.
The list below is not an exhaustive list. Search for note taking apps in the app store for your device. There are many which are free and some pay versions as well. Since the apps offer different interfaces and options, it's best for you to do your own research on apps. Read the reviews and decide on the best fit for you, as you do for any other software you download/purchase.
Please schedule your finals through DRC’s online system by Monday, April 25th.
If you need assistance with scheduling your finals, please see an Access Consultant.
You are about to complete the DRC Accommodation Request form. The deadline date for accommodation requests for testing (including final exams) or note-taking to be processed for the current semester is April 15, 2015. The information you provide will be reviewed and you will be contacted by DRC staff to discuss any Summer/Fall 2015 requests shortly.
Rick Bennett, DRC Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences and
Diedre Lamb, Senior Access Consultant, Disability Resource Center