Services for Current DSS Students
Requesting services and accommodations
It is the student's responsibility, after registering for classes each semester, to log into Eagle Accommodate and complete a Semester Accommodation Request to have your notice sent to instructors. A student guide has been created to assist with navigating the system. If you need assistance with submitting a request or do not see any approved accommodations in the system, please contact your Disability Support Services coordinator or email [email protected].
Requesting alternative-format textbooks
It is the student's responsibility, after registering for classes each semester, to submit a completed Textbook Alternative Format Request and proof of purchase to the Disability Support Services Office to receive your textbooks in an alternative format.
Requesting an interpreter
To request communication access for a Wake Tech event, submit a completed Sign Language Interpreter/Cued Language Transliterator Request at least three business days in advance of the event.
Requesting study strategy sessions
For students registered with Disability Support Services, one-on-one study strategy sessions are available on a first-come, first-served basis in areas where help is most needed: time management, study skills, organization, curriculum subjects or test preparations with a learning specialist.
To submit a study session request, log into Eagle Accommodate, find the "Survey" option and select the study session request form for the semester you want. If you do not see a form for your semester, please check back after course registration has opened for that semester.
A student testing guide has been created to assist with navigating DSS' new testing process
- To request testing at Southern Wake Campus, Scott Northern Wake Campus, Perry Health Sciences Campus or online, access the Eagle Accommodate System at least 48 business hours in advance of the test date. Test requests for the RTP Campus need to be entered into Eagle Accommodate at least five business days in advance.
- If you are scheduling a test for the Public Safety Education Campus on the first or third Thursday of the month or scheduling a test for the Western Wake Campus on the second or fourth Thursday of the month, enter the request into Eagle Accommodate at least five business days in advance. For all other test requests for these campuses, please contact your assigned coordinator.
Requests can be entered in advance for the entire semester and are accepted only between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
If you need assistance, please contact your assigned coordinator or email [email protected].
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