For over 40 years, Student Access and Accommodation Services (SAAS) at Illinois State University has offered support for students with disabilities and/or medical/mental health conditions.
Redbirds Reach Out is a new opportunity from the Redbirds Keep Thriving initiative. Redbirds Reach Out allows students who are feeling overwhelmed, lonely, or worried to submit a request for a letter of support.
Eating disorders can affect anyone, and it is important for treatment specialists to be flexible and educate themselves on the needs of clients with disabilities in order to provide everyone with equitable access to the best care possible.
Nearly 8,000 miles away from campus, senior Nehal Shah wakes up in the middle of the night to attend class online at Illinois State University.
The Will to Succeed Scholarship is helping Vicky Nyder with her hopes to become an orchestra teacher.
Student Access and Accommodation Services is taking the lead to expand opportunities for universal student learning during the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Life has stood at the mound and thrown graduating Illinois State student Tristen Sharp everything in its arsenal.
Staff in Student Access and Accommodation Services have remained vigilant with the creation of closed caption files for eLearning videos, with the Text Conversion Lab transcribing 2,750 minutes of video in a month.
POSTPONED: The March 19 keynote by former professional football player Maurice Clarett has been postponed until further notice.
In the fall semester, audio signals were installed at the intersection of University and College on Illinois State University’s campus. These signals assist individuals with visual disabilities in determining when it is safe to cross the street.