At the Mount, our Accessibility Services team is here to help you identify and access the information, accommodations and supports that are unique to your academic needs. Each year, our team provides direct support to more than 300 students across campus, and takes a broader role on campus to promote self-advocacy and an accessible, equitable student experience. Learn more about the Mount's commitment to your success via our policy to support students with disabilities.

Who is eligible for accommodations? 

The Mount's Accessibility Services team is dedicated to adapting the academic environment for students who require certain accommodations to assist them in reaching their full academic potential. Students who require accommodation must have written documentation from a qualified medical professional. Learn more about required documentation »

What type of accommodations are available?

At the Mount, accommodations are provided to ensure students with disabilities have every opportunity to succeed in their academic endeavors. Examples may include note-taking, accessible seating, extra time or a separate location during exams, dictation or scribed tests, use of computers or other technology, and service-related accommodations.

 How do I request to write my tests or exams with Accessibility Services?

You must submit an exam accommodation request each time you want to write a test or exam with us. 

For tests or midterms, please click on the Test Accommodations link below, log-in, and fill out the online form. Your submitted form will be sent to your professor to approve.

For final exams, please fill out the Request for Final Exam Accommodations form and email directly to