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- ADA Student Grievance Procedure
- Student Disability Accommodations / Section 504 and ADA Compliance
If you feel as if you are being harassed, victim to physical violence or the threat of violence, non-consensual sexual contact, rape or any form of sexual violence.
We are committed to serving students who are deaf and hard of hearing in a caring community that encourages personal and professional growth and excellence at every level.
Captionists provide speech-to-text services for students who prefer real time text in the classroom. The captionist will use C-print software to convert instructors’ and students’ spoken language into written text that can be viewed via a laptop screen.
WKU DHH Student Handbook (.pdf)
WKU Captionists Handbook (.pdf)
Sign Language Interpreting
Interpreters facilitate communication among instructors, hearing students and deaf students in classes and academically related activities. WKU uses licensed interpreters who can interpret into a variety of sign systems such as American Sign Language and Signed English.
• WKU Interpreters Handbook (.pdf)
Funding is provided largely by a grant through Vocational Rehabilitation as well as the Department of Education and WKU's Student Accessibility Resource Center.
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