Accessibility Services (AS) offers programs beyond accommodations to our students. We run several programs and workshops each year to help students adjust to college life, gain valuable study skills, and connect with other like-minded students.

Learning Specialist Services

Our learning specialists provide individual instruction to students who need personalized support in building learning skills to reach their educational goals.

A learning specialist can assist you with:

  • Studying and test-taking skills
  • Time management, prioritization, and organizational strategies
  • Exploration and utilization of campus resources
  • Other learning strategy support.

Schedule a Learning Specialist Appointment

Open Office hours

Our scheduled office hours are the perfect time for you to get the support you need to achieve your educational goals. Our learning specialist will be available to assist you with any questions you may have, practice various learning strategies with you, and explore resources that will help you reach your full potential. We are committed to ensuring that you are fully prepared, so don't hesitate to drop by or join us online!

Our Learning Specialists are available during office hours to provide assistance to Accessibility Services students in setting up their note-taking app, Glean. They offer in-person guidance on account creation, logging in for the first time, and navigating the app's various features. Be sure to bring your preferred device, as Glean is compatible with smartphones, tablets, and computers.

*Because multiple students may be present at once, open office hours are not confidential.


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Accessible Technology Center Open Hours

Check back here in a few weeks for updated hours for Fall Semester! 

Drop in to get all of your AT questions answered, including: 

  • Installing and using Read & Write, Equatio and Native Accessibility Tools
  • Submitting Alternative Text requests (audio books) in Clockwork
  • Determining appropriate accessible document formats for each individual
  • Answering any AT questions you may have!

Please bring your own preferred device(s) so we can show you how to use the technology using the device(s) you use every day.

For more information about the ATC, please visit their website


Do you need help with Assistive Technology before Fall? Book a one-on-one appointment today! 

ATC Support Appointment

Peer Mentoring

The Peer Mentoring program offered by Accessibility Services assists students who would like additional support in adapting to college life, building successful student habits, and preparing for their future beyond higher education.

Students who are 21 and under and are registered with Accessibility services are eligible to participate.

Participating students and their mentors meet weekly throughout the school year to work together on:

  • Current needs and challenges
  • Goal-setting and tracking progress 
  • Time management and organization
  • Understanding and navigating accommodations 
  • Exploring campus resources 
  • Anything else needed to build toward academic goals

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As part of the mentoring program, students will have the chance to attend various workshops throughout the academic year. These workshops aim to foster a sense of community among peers and equip students with global skills essential for long-term success. The sessions will cover a range of topics, including self-advocacy, career path exploration, resume building, and identifying and utilizing campus and community resources.


Interested in participating? Ask your counselor for more information or schedule an intake appointment today!

Schedule an Intake Appointment

Our peer mentoring program is provided in partnership with the Department of Workforce Services, Utah State Office of Rehabilitation.


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