There are many opportunities for students to volunteer or work for Disability Services. If you are interested in working or volunteering, please complete the form below.
Student employees serve in many roles as receptionists, exam proctors, readers/scribes and classroom access assistants.
Receptionists answer calls, schedule appointments, host the front desk, answer questions and alert staff to appointments.
Exam Proctors distribute exams, collect unnecessary items, monitor students during exams and may deliver exams back to the office or to faculty.
Readers/Scribes read exam questions to students, scribes record the answers provided by students.
Classroom Access Assistants may take notes, assist in opening doors, serve as the student's hands to mix chemicals, turn pages, serve as a reader/scribe for quizzes or get the attention of the instructor.
Students may also volunteer to provide notes for students who due to their disability are eligible for notes as an accommodation for their disability. Student note takers can earn either 45 hours of community service or one academic practicum credit for uploading copies of their notes to Clockwork within 24 hours of each class, for a full semester. Student note takers must complete the proper practicum form received from Disability Services in order to obtain academic credit.