We know that looking for a college is a challenging and important task for students and their parents. When a student has a disability that impacts educational performance or access to campus, the search can be daunting. At Trinity, we work one on one with students to make the transition into college as smooth as possible. We are committed to helping students with disabilities navigate the barriers to their educational experience by providing reasonable accommodations in academics and student housing.
The following reasonable accommodations are examples of those that are available at Trinity.
Extended time on tests and quizzes
Quiet location for taking tests
Disability related absences and deadline extensions
Receive advanced access to course materials
Volunteer note taker
Audio recording class session
Handouts in enlarged font size / electronic format
Access to digital books
The request for reasonable accommodations is handled by Dr. Peter Wright, Coordinator of Student Accessibility Resources. An application is made, documentation is reviewed and reasonable accommodations are determined in consultation with the student. To start this process please fill the form below.
The Office of Student Accessibility Resources is housed in the Thrive Center, which offers academic support and guidance along with career development for Trinity students to help them become more efficient, effective, and engaged learners.