Access Center

Air Quality/Wildfire Smoke Concerns
 
Students who have documented health conditions that are adversely impacted by the current air quality are encouraged to contact the Access Center to discuss accommodation options.  Students will be asked to provide documentation that describes their medical condition/health concern.   Please either fax documentation to 509-335-8511, or email it to Access.Center@wsu.edu and provide your name and contact information.   Once medical documentation is received, an appointment will be arranged to speak with an Access Advisor.   Please click here for information regarding documentation guidelines: link.

Welcome to the Access Center

The Access Center provides accommodations and services to incoming and current WSU students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries that limit their access to the educational environment.

Some examples of the accommodations and services we provide are testing accommodations (reduced distraction testing environment, extended time, etc.), note-taking, alternative print media, and time management or organizational skill development.

In order to receive accommodations through the Access Center you will need to submit documentation verifying the presence of a limiting condition and meet with an Access Advisor to determine what accommodations will be most helpful for you.  Documentation establishes the individual as a person with specific functional limitations and provides a rationale for reasonable accommodations.