Students registered with the Student Accessibility Resource Center (SARC) who have a note taking accommodation on file may utilize recording devices, note taking applications, or request that a student in the class volunteer to share their notes. Note Takers arranged in conjunction with the SARC share notes with a classmate in need. Note Takers are a vital link in providing support services to students at WKU. Note Takers can earn volunteer hours based on the number of course hours that notes were shared. Note Takers are only sought out if a SARC student makes the request. For additional information, please, select from the tabs below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are registered with the SARC and have a note taker accommodation on file and need to request assistance with securing a note taker for one or more of your classes, or would like general information on our processes.
If you are responding to an opportunity to take notes for a student in your class and want more information.
Accessibility Issue? If there is an accessibility concern of any kind, please contact the SARC, as well
as the corresponding department.
If a push button for a door or an elevator is not working, or other physical obstructions occur, contact the Department of Facilities Management at 270-745-3253.
For assistance after hours with physical access, contact the WKU Police Department at 270-745-2548.
If there are concerns with technology accessibility, contact IT at 270-745-7000 and/or the SARC.
For information about accessibility services in the libraries, please click here.
Request an alternative format of any content on this site by contacting the SARC at 270-745-5004, or via email email@example.com.
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