1. Talk to your advisor.
Make your advisor aware of your disability and your academic history. Whether or not you need or use academic accommodations at this time, your advisor can provide guidance and insight for the future, especially with regard to course selection.
2. Talk to your instructors.
Find out more about class format, requirements, and performance evaluation. For example, what is the nature and extent of reading period? Is the course lecture-based or discussion-oriented? Are you evaluated primarily by exams or papers? Your instructor may be able to identify potential challenges or areas of concern in light of a disability.
You may need NO accommodations at this time.
You may need accommodations for a course, but it is too soon to tell. You can consult your advisor or instructor for additional guidance.
You do need accommodations. After careful consideration, you may file a request for academic accommodations through the Center for Academic Success, located on the first floor of Briggs.