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Communicating with Faculty
After you have received your accommodations letter signed by the director of educational support, it is your responsibility to share the letter with the faculty member(s)* and initiate the coordination/implementation of your approved accommodation(s).
The accommodations letter provides the means to open up a dialogue and begin to collaborate on how you and the faculty member can work together. If there are questions or concerns, please contact ESDS.
*Due to blind grading, students from the School of Law will work first with the Director of Student Affairs regarding the coordination of accommodations. Students from the School of Law are expected to work directly with faculty to discuss reasonable deadlines on assignment accommodations.