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Support Services

The Office for Accessibility and Educational Opportunity (AEO) coordinates a variety services to help students meet the academic demands of college. Services are designed with the aim of helping students develop strong self-advocacy skills. To this end, students are expected to be actively engaged in the coordination and delivery of their accommodations, take responsibility for identifying their needs, and to use on- and off-campus support services proactively. Support services include, but are not limited to, pre-registration advisement, campus accessibility information and mobility orientation assistance, financial aid and scholarship information for students with disabilities, learning specialist services, academic coaching, career consultation, information regarding reasonable accommodations in the workplace, peer support groups for students with disabilities, and a Peer Mentor Program for Students with Disabilities.