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Recommended classroom accommodations and services may include, but not necessarily be limited to:
Exam accommodations are alterations to exam conditions to ensure that eligible students have the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of the material tested by an exam. Exam accommodations may be required by students whose disabilities or chronic health conditions impact processing and comprehending printed material, written expression, learning, concentration, or who require rest periods or specific furniture during test and exams.
Examples of exam accommodations include:
Exam accommodations are a shared responsibility and require collaboration between the student, instructor, Testing Services, and Disability Resources. Students are responsible for booking accommodated exams within the given time frame indicated to allow time for the appropriate arrangements to be made.
For more information, contact Testing Services:
Exam Accommodations for Online Exams
There are some exam accommodations that students can facilitate directly themselves for an online exam. These may include:
There are some accommodations that your instructor will need to facilitate such as extended time, a printed copy of the exam etc. Please contact your instructor to confirm your exam accommodations.
Assistive technology is any high-tech or low-tech tool, product or system that helps you improve your ability to do something. It could be, for example, a pen that records audio or a computer program that reads out written words.
To book an appointment with an Accessibility Consultant, click here.
Students with print disabilities, such as visual impairments and learning disabilities, may benefit from textbooks and material in an alternate format text (AFT). The main type of AFT accessed is electronic text, which, when used with assistive software, will either enlarge the text or convert the text to audio.
To be eligible for access to AFT, documentation from an appropriate medical professional must include this recommendation. This documentation must be presented to a Disability Resource Coordinator, who will refer the student for training on ordering the AFT and using assistive software.
Please note: to fulfill copyright regulations, the textbook must be purchased before Alternate Format Text is ordered.
Order your Alternate Format textbooks through your Access+ account.
Academic Advising can help you make informed decisions about your educational goals. Get information about entering your program, planning your courses, and graduating successfully.
Counselling Services offers free confidential counselling to help you manage stress or other mental health issues.
Please review RDC's Emergency Procedures.
The Health, Safety and Wellness Centre provides health care; health, safety, and wellness information and education; health counselling and referrals; emergency and first aid; and full clinic services.
Learning Skills - Resources and appointments to improve the skills required to be an efficient and effective student, such as study skills, time management skills, and more.
The Library provides library and computer services. A number of computers have adaptive technology installed; specifically Zoomtext (a magnifying program with voice output), TextHelp Read and Write (a program that has speech output, audio spell-checker and word predication features), and Open Book Unbound.
Residence at RDC offers a variety of housing options for students including barrier-free accommodations.
The Student Connect Centre can assist you in making informed decisions about funding your education, including information about student loans, grants, awards, scholarships, and bursaries. Student Funding and Awards also provides additional financial or support services to students such as emergency funding, food vouchers, bus passes, food bank referrals, book deferrals, tuition deferrals, and budgeting information.
Testing Services - Information on RDC's Testing Services
Tutoring - Writing, math, and ESL tutoring
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Red Deer College recognizes that our campus is situated on Treaty 7 land, the traditional territory of the Blackfoot, Tsuu T’ina and Stoney Nakoda peoples, and that the central Alberta region we serve falls under Treaty 6, traditional Métis, Cree and Saulteaux territory. We honour the First Peoples who have lived here since time immemorial, and we give thanks for the land where RDC sits. This is where we will strive to honour and transform our relationships with one another.
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