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At our college, the Special Populations Coordinator automatically sends 
an accommodations form to the instructor outlining exactly what help the 
student needs - extra time on tests, testing in an alternative location, 
a note taker, and so forth.

McConnell, Antoinette wrote:
> Hello:
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> What examples can provide communication across services; when a student
> seeks help from the Accessibility (disability) services; attends
> freshman transition seminar; and advisement for transitioning students ?
> The Accessibility Center is opened and available to all students who
> disclose a need and want help.  Sometimes a student will ask the
> Accessibility Services center for help but do not tell the advisor or
> instructor.  Thanks
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> Antoinette McConnell
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> Coordinator, Project Success
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