The Department of Housing and Residential Education (HRE) at Purdue University Northwest acknowledges that service dogs (trained to perform tasks) and support animals (those which provide emotional support), will be allowed in housing under the following conditions: Animals must be housebroken and able to live with others in a reasonable manner; All animal waste must […]
The Disability Access Center is constantly seeking ways to improve services we provide to you. We would really like to know how we can improve. Please take a moment and complete the survey below. All responses are anonymous, so feel free to answer candidly. This survey will take approximately 3-5 minutes to complete. We are […]
In order to receive accommodations we need give instructors your letter of accommodations. As the Disability Access Center (DAC) prefers not to release protected information without a student’s explicit permission, students need to complete this form to tell the DAC which instructors they wish to receive their accommodation letters.
Assistive Technology CART/Interpreting Services
If you feel that your accommodations are not being provided, please fill out the form on this page explaining the situation and what you feel the best course of action is to resolve the problem.
As a student with approved accommodations for alternative textbooks, you will be able to request your textbooks in an alternative format. The Disability Access Center mainly provides three different formats for alternative textbooks: Audio (MP3), PDF, and Kurzweil 3000 format. Requests can take anywhere from 4-6 weeks to process. How do I request an Alternative […]
Scheduling an Exam/Quiz Regular Semester When a professor or an instructor schedules an exam/quiz in their course it is your responsibility as the student to: Schedule your exam/quiz with the Disability Access Center (DAC) staff at least 1 week prior to the testing date during DAC office hours. Exceptions for testing outside of office hours […]