At the Center for Disability Access & Resources (CDAR), our goal is to provide services and support to ensure students are able to access and participate in the opportunities available at the University of Idaho.
Students are asked to notify CDAR as soon as possible to discuss disability-related concerns and needs. Call (208) 885-6307 or email email@example.com.
- Testing Accommodations
Students may take exams at the CDAR office. Accommodations may vary for each individual depending on the nature of the disability and the documentation provided to CDAR.
- Learning Disability & ADHD/ADD Services
An Access Consultant is on staff to work with students with disabilities that affect academic achievement, memory, concentration or cognition (e.g.: LD, ADD/ADHD, or psychological disabilities).
Students with documented disabilities that interfere with their ability to take notes in class may receive access accommodation for notetaking.
- Deaf & Hard of Hearing Student Services
Students can request interpreters for better access to academic programs, events and services at the university.
- Alternative Text
Alternative text provides students with vision or reading disabilities alternatives to standard printed text. Accommodations are provided to students with a documented print disability.
- Assistive Technology
Offering devices proven to aid in the education of students with disabilities.
Adjusting to Campus Life
CDAR can assist with various aspects of your transition into college life, including:
- Campus housing arrangements
- Campus accessibility
- Disability parking
- New Student Orientation
- Referral to other campus resources
Contact Center for Disability Access and Resources at (208) 885-6307 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proven computer, software and electronic peripherals to aid education for students with disabilities.