Accommodations are provided for the purposes of "leveling
the playing field" for students with disabilities. Post-secondary
institutions are required by law to provide students with disabilities
an equal opportunity to an education. Reasonable classroom accommodations
provided on a case-by-case basis ensure that students with disabilities
are judged on what they know and not on the impact of their disability.
For more detailed information regarding how accommodation decisions
are made at The University of Mississippi, please review the
University's Policies and Procedures for Students with Disabilities.
PLEASE NOTE: The University is required by law to provide accommodations
on a case-by-case and flexible basis depending on each student's
individual circumstances. Because of this, we cannot possibly cover
every potential accommodation scenario. We have included information
about the most common accommodations and situations. If you find
yourself dealing with an accommodation or a situation that we do
not discuss here, please do not hesitate to contact us for further
assistance and collaboration.
Review the following information carefully and completely. If you
have questions about the information provided, if you believe that
there is an essential subject that has not been discussed, or if
something is unclear, please contact us.
Important General Information
Classroom Accommodations (Under Revision)
Testing Accommodations (Under Revision)