Disability Services

Welcome to ASU-Beebe! Thank you for your interest in the Office of Disability Services. Our office serves to work with students, faculty, staff, and community to make all parts of the university accessible to everyone. The office of disability believes a disability is just one part of the diverse world we live in and strives to promote and enhance full access for all individuals with disabilities at the university.

Welcome again to our university and if you do not find the information you seek on our webpages, please contact the Coordinator of Disability Services or staff at the Student Success Center.

Coordinator of Disability Services
Tisha L. Marzewski
501.882.8906 Phone
tlmarzewski@asub.edu

Student Success Center
501.882.8906 Phone

The Student Success Center and the Office of Disability Services are located in the Dr. Eugene McKay Student Center, Suite 202 on the Beebe campus.

Liaison counselors for the Office of Disability Services are located within the Student Services area on the Heber Springs campus and the Searcy campus and at the main office at the LRAFB.

Heber Springs Campus Disability Services Liaison Counselor
Lana Chumley
Students Services Building, First Floor
501.362.1225 Phone

Searcy Campus Disability Services Liaison Counselor
Jennifer Downey
Main Building, Hall 1
501.207.6205 Phone

LRAFB Campus
University Center
Suite 115
501.988.4151

Disability Services Handbook for Students with Disabilities

The handbook for a student receiving services through the Office of Disability Services can be found here: [Student Handbook]. The handbook will open in a new web browser window as a pdf document. Please contact the Coordinator of Disability Services if you need the handbook in a different format.

NEW STUDENTS CHECKLIST

STEP 1: Provide Information of Disability and Set Up Appointment

Student provides documentation information of the disability he/she self identifies as having and sets up appointment with the Coordinator of Disability Services. The coordinator can meet with students at any of the campuses.

STEP 2: Accommodation Review

Student and the coordinator will discuss disability-related needs and what barriers may exist. Student should have class schedule to fully identify barriers and needs. A plan will be developed to identify accommodations to be used for equal access to programs and services at the university.

STEP 3: Accommodation Notices

Student receives Accommodation Notice with list of approved accommodations for the semester.

STEP 4: Deliver Accommodation Notice to Instructors

Student takes Accommodation Notice and gives to each instructor and discusses the provisions of each accommodation. Student should deliver the notices during the first week of classes.

 

ONLINE STUDENTS CHECKLIST

STEP 1: Request Use of Accommodations and Provide Information of Disability

Call or email Office of Disability Services to initiate request for accommodations. Online Accommodation Request Forms can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to student. Student provides documentation information of the disability he/she self identifies as having. Information can be emailed, US Postal Mailed, faxed, or dropped off in person.

STEP 2: Accommodation Review

Once request for accommodations and disability information is received, student will visit with Disability Services over the phone to discuss accommodations needed for the online courses.

STEP 3: Accommodation Notices

Coordinator will email Accommodation Notice with list of approved accommodations for the semester during the first two days of classes to the instructor and carbon copy the student.

STEP 4: Contact Instructor to discuss Accommodation Notice

Student will need to discuss the provisions of each accommodation once accommodation notice has been received by the instructor.

CONTINUING STUDENTS CHECKLIST

STEP 1: Complete and turn in the Accommodation Request Packet for Continuing Students.

Packets are available at the Office of Disability Services and by emailing the Coordinator of Disability Services.

OR

Contact the Office of Disability Services to set up an appointment if changes need to be addressed.

STEP 2: Pick up the Accommodation Notices at the Office of Disability Services.

Notices will be available the first week of classes. Students are responsible for delivering the notices to each of his/her instructors. Students can also pick up any equipment to check out for the semester or alternative format materials for the semester.

STEP 3: Deliver Accommodation Notices to Instructors

Give the Accommodation Notice to the instructor and discuss each accommodation as it relates to the class.

STEP 4: Maintain contact with the Office of Disability Services

Be sure to let the office know if there are any issues with a class or the use of accommodations as they arise. Do not wait until the end of the semester.

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