Alternative Media Specialist
Student Services Building, Room P-304
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
SAS provides alternate media for class handouts, quizzes, tests, textbooks, and videotapes for students with verified disabilities including vision impairments, dyslexia, deafness, and some other disabilities.
Alternate media is defined as instructional materials, textbooks, college publications, and/or library materials in formats accessible and usable by individuals with print disabilities. Examples of accessible formats are: audio text, large print, Braille, captioning, and e-text.
The Alternate Media Specialist works with faculty members to ensure students with disabilities receive their course materials in alternate media at the same time their classmates receive traditional print handouts.
Students should complete the Alternate Media Request form to request course books and/or materials in an alternate format (i.e. audio, large print, Braille, electronic text).
Alternate Media Agreement Form
Students must sign this agreement form to receive alternate media services.