Accessibility

WVU Tech partners with the Office of Accessibility Services on the West Virginia University Main Campus, to help students achieve success regardless of any physical, learning, psychological, sensory or other documented disability.

Register for Services Online:

  • Log on to Accessibility Services Online.
  • You will see the Online Student Application. Please complete each question and be sure to place an answer in each answer box. You will be prompted to complete the form again if there are blank fields remaining.
  • Once the form is completed, enter the required Captcha and click Submit Application.
  • Once you have submitted your application, you will be asked if you would like to upload any information. Click NO and exit the program. Your information will be forwarded to the Office of Accessibility Services.

Schedule an appointment

You can contact a counselor by calling the WVU Office of Accessibility Services at 304.293.6700. Please identify yourself as a WVU Tech student so that you can be connected with the appropriate Accessibility Specialist

Request Accommodations:

  • Log on to Accessibility Services Online.
  • Enter your WVUID information into the username and password.
  • Once in your account, scroll down the page to the Select Accommodations section and check the box by each course in which you wish to request accommodations.
  • Click the Step 2 – Continue to Customize Accommodations button found below your listed courses.
  • Check the boxes by the accommodations you wish to receive.
    NOTE: Alternative testing includes extended time for tests, quizzes, and a separate, quiet testing area. Do not choose Alternative formatted text unless you would like your textbooks in an audio format for that course.
  • Scroll down and click on Submit your Accommodation Request.
  • You will know your request is successful when you see the System Update is Successful message and you are returned to the main screen.
  • After submitting your request, please email Access2@mail.wvu.edu to inform them of your request.
  • When your accommodation letters are emailed to your professor, you will also receive an email to the address on file with the Office of Accessibility Services.

Resources

How the Office of Accessibility Services can support you: