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Here at Montana Tech, we know students are at the heart of all we do. Our mission is to remove barriers and increase accessibility on campus to ensure that all students have equal access to our exceptional programs. By law, qualified students with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations and shall be held to the same academic standards as every other student at Montana Tech. Accommodations are not retroactive, and are meant to "level the playing field". Students must contact the Coordinator each semester to request a new Accommodation Letter to send to faculty.
Also known as Emotional Support Animals, students are required to register their assistance animal and submit proper documentation.
Montana Tech offers free access to various assistive technologies for students, staff, and faculty.
We understand faculty are busy and can't always accommodate an exam. That's why our Testing Center exists.
Faculty have the right to contest accommodations that alter essential program requirements or impose undue administrative burdens.
The Center for Academic Innovation (CAI) offers free professional development opportunities to our faculty and staff.
The Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) helps educators design equitable learning experiences through Universal Design for Learning.