Alternate Format Text Services
Welcome to the Alternate Format Text (AFT) web page. AFT is the term applied to course materials such as textbooks, electronic documents, exams and other print materials which students with print disabilities need converted into accessible formats. AFT may include but are not limited to: braille, audio, large print and electronic format.
In this section you will find helpful information on how to:
- Find the list of your required course materials
- Check if your course materials exist already in an accessible format
- Prepare for submitting a request for AFT
- Alternative Format Text Request Form
ASL/ CART Services
Reporters trained in real-time verbatim transcription, contracted and supervised by ASL Administrator, transcribe class, lectures or conference information for students for deaf or hard-of hearing.
When requesting for services students have the option from the following:
- On-Site Captioning
- Remote Captioning
Sign Language and oral interpreters contracted and supervised by ASL Administrator for students who are deaf or hard-of hearing.
How do I request services?
Students looking to request services will need to fill out the Interpreting/Captioning service request form no later than 5 business days before the scheduled event or class. The Office of Disability Services will not process the request submitted later than the required time.