Orientation Disability Accommodations
Accommodations for Students
Students attending an Spartan Experience for Transfers Session who need sign language interpreters or other accommodations should contact
the Accessible Education Center (AEC) at 408-924-6000 as soon as possible or at least
two weeks prior to attending your SET Session. Please note that this event is wheelchair
accessible; however, wheelchairs are not provided by San José State University.
If you would like to speak with an Orientation Professional Staff member prior to your orientation session, please feel free to contact us at 408-924-5972 or via email at email@example.com
Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Accessible Education Center (AEC), formerly the Disability Resource Center, at 408-924-6000 (Voice) or 408-924-5990 (TTY) to schedule an academic advising appointment. AEC's academic advising program reflects the University's advising practices; however, AEC's Academic Advising Coordinator also considers disability-related factors when making course scheduling and selection recommendations.
It is preferable to meet with the AEC's Academic Advisor prior to attending your specific Orientation Session. For more information about the AEC or to learn about AEC's student registration process, visit the Accessibility Education Center.
Information about what constitutes appropriate disability documentation within the postsecondary setting is available on AEC’s website under Guidelines for Disability Documentation. Once you have determined your documentation needs, print the appropriate verification form (i.e Learning Disability, Medical Disability, Ophthalmological, and Psychological Disability) to be completed by your treating professional. Documentation can be presented to the AEC through one of the following methods:
- Confidential Fax: 408-924-5999
- In person: The AEC is located in the Administration Building, room 110.
- Mail: Accessible Education Center, San José State University, One Washington Square, San José, CA 95192-0168.
Students are responsible for making an appointment with an AEC counselor to discuss EPT and/or ELM accommodations. AEC recommends submitting documentation prior to your scheduled appointment as this will allow the counselor time to review the information and prepare.