Oregon State University strives to be a fully inclusive education community. To achieve this, every member of the University community must accept responsibility for being aware of and responsive to the particular needs of others, including those with disabilities. The University recognizes that traditional methods, programs, and services may not accommodate the needs of some individuals. What non-disabled individuals view as conveniences may present serious barriers for disabled individuals. We must provide reasonable accommodations to ensure equal opportunity and access to all programs, activities, and services of the University. The policy and guidelines set forth are not only intended to provide direction in avoiding discrimination, but to ensure that OSU operates in an inclusive way.

Additionally, on this site, you will find the following pages about accommodation processes provided through EOA.