Student Accessibility Services

The vision of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is to be a fully accessible and inclusive UCF campus for people with disabilities.

Student Accessibility Services works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to create accessible environments for students whether in the classroom or online.

Academic Accommodations

Barriers to academic inclusion are discussed with students to determine reasonable accommodations. Some common accommodations include video transcripts (or captions), extended time for online tests/exams, and e-text.

Accessible Technology

Accessible technology and software such as Read & Write Literacy, Sonocent Audio Notetaker, MAGic and JAWS are available to students.

For More Information About UCF Online

Contact the UCF Online Connect Center to learn more about available online programs or for help finding an online degree that works for you.