Student Accommodations

Student Accommodations

Gwinnett Tech offers accommodations to eligible students through our Disabilities Services Office. Visit online to learn how to request accommodations, and read frequently asked questions. You can reach the Disabilities Services Office at 678-226-6691.

Assistive Technology and Testing Center
In our state-of-the-art Assistive Technology and Testing Center (ATTC), we offer an environment that can accommodate a wide range of disabilities to serve our diverse student population. From the latest digital technology to a non-distracting, private testing room, we will help you succeed by meeting your academic accommodations for your specific disability. We also provide classroom accommodations based on your individual evaluation and the recommendations for assistance.

The ATTC features:

  • Large screen monitors
  • Large screen television
  • ZoomText
  • JAWS software
  • Closed Captioned TV
  • EBooks: Books on tape
  • Enlarged handouts
  • Enlarged print on overheads
  • Adjustable height computer desks
  • Printers for student use
  • Enlarged print for textbooks
  • Headphones with microphone
  • Notetakers
  • Interpreters
  • Tape Recorders

 

Interpreting Services

If you are hearing impaired, the Disability Services Office will coordinate interpreting services to help you communicate with hearing persons. You must provide appropriate documentation of your hearing loss when registering with the Disability Services Office. Our staff of qualified interpreters will assist you with all program related accommodations based on your documented disability and an individual evaluation.

Complete a Student Intake Form to register with Disability Services. Once you are registered, you will need to submit your current schedule each semester to receive interpreting services accommodations

Classroom Accommodations
You may need specific classroom accommodations or services based on your documented disability and individual evaluation. We want to help you become independent by providing you the same access to an educational opportunity as for non-disabled students.

Complete a Student Intake Form to register with Disability Services. Once you are registered, you will need to submit your current schedule each semester to receive classroom accommodations.