Access and Accommodation

The Access and Accommodations Office is dedicated to providing support for students with disabilities. Services are provided to any person with a disability as defined in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Submit your Request for Accommodations

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It is your responsibility to request accommodations with the Access and Accommodations Office.

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Schedule an Exam at the Testing Center

Schedule an exam or test. The Testing Center administers exams to testers that have been previously granted accommodations due to a documented disability.

Students seeking academic accommodations for TAMUCT course exams administered on campus are encouraged to register/request accommodations prior to testing. On the day of the exam, only accommodations previously granted are made for the tester; if other accommodations are requested of us that have not been previously approved, they are not allowed. The tester is referred back to the Office of Access & Accommodations for any additional accommodations requested for future exams.

Request Accommodations. To request accommodations follow the Request Accommodations steps above, under Get Started, select New or Returning Student. 

Contact the Office of Access & Accommodations directly by phone, general inquiries: 254.501.5836, specific questions: 254.501.5836, fax: 254.519.8601, or email:,
Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm Location: WH 212

Service Animals

Service animals must comply with any and all county and state laws including, but not limited to, animal license requirements, vaccination and identification tags.
Service Animals: Review TAMUCT’s policy about service animals. See university Standard Administrative Procedures 08.01.01.D1.03 Animals on Campus.

Statement of Confidentiality

Student records are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Texas A&M University-Central Texas (TAMUCT) respects the confidential nature of disability-related information. The University is obligated to maintain the confidentiality of such documentation.

Access to disability-related information by university personnel is on a need-to-know basis and only for the purpose of assuring appropriate accommodations. Instructors are regularly apprised of the confidential nature of disability-related information. Letters of Accommodation prepared by Access and Accommodations do not give specific diagnoses. A list of the approved academic accommodations for that student is sufficient.

On a legitimate, educational need-to-know basis, Access and Accommodations may discuss the impact or impairments caused by the disability and the corresponding accommodations approved with appropriate individuals on campus. Circumstances may include academic accommodations, instructional strategies, and resources or other circumstances specific to the individual. Whenever possible, Access and Accommodations consults with the student prior to these conversations.

Texas A&M University-Central Texas and Access & Accommodations are prohibited by law from releasing any disability-related records or personally identifying information to any entity outside of TAMUCT including documentation provided to Access and Accommodations by the student unless the student provides written permission or there is a court order. Students may request or approve the release of such information to persons or agencies outside of the university by signing a Release of Information. Entities outside the University includes parents of students over the age of 18. To discuss student-specific information with parents, a specific release of information must be signed by the student and placed in a student's file.

Mission Statement

The Access and Accommodations office is responsible for ensuring that students with a disability enjoy equal access to the University’s programs, services and activities. We are committed to promoting the full participation of all students with a disability in every aspect of University life. This is achieved through advocacy, growing universal access, and collaboration among students, faculty, and staff.

We believe that every student should have an equal chance to succeed and has the right to an education that is barrier-free.

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