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How to - Requesting Accommodations

This video walks you through the steps required to request accommodations through Student Disability Services. You will use the AIM system to manage your accommodations and generate the Letters of Accommodations (LOAs) that are sent to your professors. 

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How to - Requesting Supplemental Notes

This video walks you through the steps required to request notes through Student Disability Services. You will use the AIM system to manage your accommodations and generate the Letters of Accommodations (LOAs) that are sent to your professors. 

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How to - Meeting With Instructors

This video walks you through the steps required on how to meet with your instructors through Student Disability Services. You will use the AIM system to manage your accommodations and generate the Letters of Accommodations (LOAs) that are sent to your professors. 

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