Learning Accessibility Services Available
- Test-taking accommodations
- Note-taking support
- Audio/electronic text materials
- Voice dictation software
- Classroom accommodations/modifications
- Diagnostic testing
Suggestions for Students
- Think about how your disability might affect your learning.
- Contact the Learning Accessibility Services Department prior to admission, or immediately following diagnosis of a disability.
- Provide written documentation to verify your disability and to identify appropriate accommodations.
- Provide reasonable notice for accommodation requests.
- Identify and observe all deadlines (e.g., admissions, housing, financial aid, advising).
- Inform your instructors of the accommodations you may need at the beginning of each term.
- Academic Coaching and Learning Strategies: Academic coaches offer assistance with academic skills like time management and study strategies.
- Health and Counseling Center: The Health and Counseling Center provides free individual and group counseling on emotional health issues, including self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. Information on a variety of mental health topics also is available.
- Library, Research, and Technology: Research assistance, borrowing library items and computing equipment, assistive software and technology.
- Peer Tutoring: Individual or small group peer tutoring sessions are free and available for almost every course at Carthage. From Spanish to art history to organic chemistry, an experienced peer is ready to work with you.
- Testing Center:
- Writing Center: The Brainard Writing Center is a free resource available to all members of the Carthage community. Whether you need help choosing a topic, formulating a thesis statement, organizing your thoughts, or polishing your final draft, the Writing Center is here to help.
- Learning Accessibility Services: Diane Schowalter, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 262-551-5802, Hedberg Library room 215.
- Health and Counseling Center: email@example.com, 262-551-5710, TARC 2240
- Library Information Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org, 262-551-5950, or visit the desk in person in the upper level of Hedberg Library.
- Testing Center: email@example.com, Hedberg Library room 216.
- Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction: firstname.lastname@example.org, Hedberg Library room 215.
- Writing Center: email@example.com, 262-551-5755, Hedberg Library room 213.
Library and Technology Resources
Visit the Accessibility Services and Resources at Hedberg Library webpage for information on the following:
- Hedberg Library Resources (audiobooks, ebooks)
- Kenosha Public Library Resources
- Online Textbooks
- Technology and Software
- Assistive Technology Station at Hedberg
Contact the Hedberg Library Information Desk for help: firstname.lastname@example.org , 262-551-5950, or visit the desk in person.