If a student has an accessibility issue, or suspects that he/she has an accessibility issue, and would like to be considered for accommodations, there are several options. Each USG institution has an office of accessibility services, and the campus eMajor Liaison can provide information regarding the office on each home campus. Visit the USG eMajor Institutions page to access the accessibility office at your school. Students should contact the accessibility services coordinator at their home institution to discuss the documentation and process required for special accommodations.
It is the student's responsibility to make arrangements with the campus accessibility services office at the beginning of each semester. The student must also notify eMajor instructors and the local proctored test site prior to the time accommodations are needed