Academic guidelines

While this policy does not apply to non-public course and intranet content, the University maintains its commitment to make such course content accessible consistent with University policy, Section 504 and other applicable laws. Students in need of academic/course related accessibility accommodations should contact Student Disability Services (SDS) as set forth below.

The SDS office is responsible for providing reasonable accommodations for those persons with disabilities on campus. It is the policy of Wayne State University not to discriminate against qualified persons with disabilities in it admissions policies and procedures or its educational programs, services or activities. It is agreed upon that all students can achieve academic success through personal reasonability and support.

Additionally, the Office for Teaching & Learning (OTL) offers course design support for full-time and part-time instructors, as well as graduate teaching assistants. Consultants are well-educated in accessibility, Wayne State University supported technologies and Universal Design for Learning. Simply fill out the consultation form and an OTL consultant will contact you.