Accessibility Resources

Unlock academic success with 鶹Ƶ's diverse accommodations and support. Continue your educational journey today.

As you begin your education, know that 鶹Ƶ is here to support your success. We offer a variety of services, like interpreters, specialized tutors, private test rooms, and video phones for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.

When you ask for help, we join forces to help you achieve your educational goals.

Services & Accommodations Contact Us

Support Services and Accommodations

We offer the 鶹Ƶ community a wide range of support services and accommodations to ensure that everyone can access the assistance they require.

Do you need accommodations for a one-time event or a limited set of meetings such as:

  • Webinar
  • 鶹Ƶ School Event
  • Meeting with 鶹Ƶ personnel or a department such as Tutoring, Advisement, or Financial Aid
  • 鶹Ƶ online meeting

Specialized tutoring services are available to all AR students.
Contact theresa.farrow@tulsacc.edu to schedule specialized tutoring services.

Students who qualify for private room testing can schedule a room for their exams beforehand. Space is limited so please schedule your exams as early as possible.

We make video phones available to the deaf community on each campus. Use them to make calls with real-time video conversations.

Video Phone Locations

At 鶹Ƶ, we believe that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to succeed in their educational journey. That's why we are committed to providing a range of services and accommodations for students with disabilities. In this section, you'll find real-life examples of the support we offer, ensuring that every student can thrive and excel in their studies.

Alternative Format Books

Alternate format books include instructional materials, textbooks, and other reading materials presented in formats accessible to individuals with disabilities. Examples of alternate format books include audiobooks and books in PDF formats. Students requesting alternative format books should contact Accessibility Resources prior to the start of a semester.

Assistive Technology and Training

Assistive technology refers to software or various tools that help people who have difficulty speaking, typing, writing, hearing, or seeing. Examples of assistive technology include Assistive Listening Devices, Dragon Naturally Speaking, and screen readers, among others. Individual assistance or training on assistive technology is available by appointment only.

Reduced-Distraction and/or Extended Exam Time

Instructor exams, as well as the Accuplacer, are administered in different reduced-distraction environments located at the Accessibility Resources 鶹Ƶ campus. Depending on the nature of the disability, students can test for a longer period of time. All exams are administered by appointment only.

Reading and Scribing

Accessibility Resources staff members are qualified to read an exam to a student and/or write their answers based on professional documentation. Readers and scribes are available as needed for exams by appointment, and they are not responsible for ensuring proper grammar and punctuation.

Special Seating

Reserved seating, adjustable desks, and/or chairs are available for students registered with Accessibility Resources based on the student's disability. Special seating can be placed in different locations of a classroom, e.g., the front row or center, depending on the need. Special seating is also arranged through Accessibility Resources for any 鶹Ƶ event.

Note-taker

A note-taker is a qualified individual whose job is to take notes for students who, due to their disability, find it difficult to take notes for themselves. Accessibility Resources provides note-taking paper and assistance with the recruitment of note-takers in the classroom. Students who would like to record class lectures may check out a digital recorder from the appropriate Accessibility Resources counselor.

Interpreting Services

Sign language interpreters are available to deaf and hard-of-hearing students to facilitate communication in the classroom and other college activities.

Speech-to-Text Services

Speech-to-text services are provided to facilitate real-time access to students in the classroom and other college activities.

Assistive Listening Devices

For hard-of-hearing or late-deafened students, we have a number of assistive listening devices that may be checked out for use. Specialized stethoscopes can be checked out on a trial basis.

Tutoring Services for Students with Hearing Impairments

Open lab tutoring times are scheduled by the Accessibility Resources office at the Northeast campus each semester. Students may also request individual tutoring through the Accessibility Resources office at the Northeast campus.

To Request Student Accommodations

For accommodations, apply to match your needs. To get help with the process, meet an accessibility counselors.

If you took a break from your studies before Spring 2022, please email ar@tulsacc.edu to renew your accommodations.

Contact Us

Main Campus

Northeast Campus Main Office, Room NEC AB224
3727 E. Apache St. Tulsa, OK 74115

Voice: 918-595-7428
Video: 918-894-6018
Text: 918-810-0292
ar@tulsacc.edu

Counselors

Kelly Steele - Metro Campus (MC 118)
kelly.steele@tulsacc.edu
Voice: 918-595-7114

Kristina Kramer - Northeast Campus (AB 224B)
kristina.kramer@tulsacc.edu
Video: 918-894-6018
Text: 918-810-0292

Ty Harrell - Southeast Campus (SE 2210)
ty.harrell@tulsacc.edu
Voice: 918-595-7659

Candace Jackson - West Campus (IC 129)
candace.jackson@tulsacc.edu
Voice: 918-595-7541

Administrative Assistant II - Interpreter Scheduler

Madyson Schmidt - Northeast Campus (AB 224)
madyson.schmidt@tulsacc.edu
Voice: 918-595-7428
Text: 918-809-1864

Hours

ѴDz–Tܰ: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Fri: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.