Student Staff Orientation

Disabilities Services Overview

You have been hired for a specific position at Disabilities Services. This overview is intended to familiarize you with the range of services offered as well as the values and expectations that will influence your job experience.

Please Note: After viewing each link or page as directed below, click the "back" button on the tool bar to return to this orientation page.

Disabilities Services is situated under Student Academic Services and houses Learning Assistance Programs, the Office of Fellowships, and Disabilities Services.

Click here for a Student Academic Services organization chart.

Services:

Go to the Student Academic Services website for more information about the department.
Go to the Learning Assistance Programs website to view services offered.
Go to the Office of Fellowships website to view services offered.
See the Disabilities Services homepage to view services offered.

Staff Contact Information:

Click on Staff tabs (found at Learning Assistance Programs, Office of Fellowships, and Disabilities Services websites) to locate contact information.

Student Academic Services and Disabilities Services Values:

Click here to view a list of values that guide our professional behavior.

Which value(s) do you see as most important for you as an employee? (Please note your answer on your self-assessment form.)

Job Expectations:

Click here for a list of staff expectations guide our professional behavior and help us evaluate how well we are providing services to students.

What clarification or support do you need for any of these expectations? (Please note your answer on your self-assessment form.)

Disabilities Services:

Alternative Media services convert printed text to other formats, such as audio or digital (scanned on to CD). Scanned text can be used with reader software to add audio reading as well as other features to enhance readability of texts. These services contribute to the academic success of the students we serve as well as providing meaningful experience for our student workers.

"Helping others helps me realize where my strengths are." Jung-Ho Lee, former Alternative Media Technician.

 

Regular Office Hours: 
Mon-Thurs 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday  8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Summer Office Hours:
Mon-Thurs 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 

Front Desk: (206) 296-5740
Testing: (206) 398-4378
 
Exams may be emailed to
testingcenter@seattleu.edu

Upcoming Reminders & Deadlines

Use the links below to submit your academic adjustment and electronic textbook request forms. Request forms must be submitted each quarter you wish to use your personalized accommodations plan.

Adjustments Request Form

Electronic Textbook Request