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ADA services have moved online due to the COVID-19 response. ADA services are available remotely through email, phone, and/or WebEx.

The Reeg Academic Resource Center staff are a resource for faculty as well as students. We are trained in fields including developmental psychology, learning strategies, counseling, and instructional support. Most of us also teach courses at Webster. We are happy to answer your questions one-on-one, to schedule classroom observations, to conduct writing workshops, to recommend peer tutors, to offer test proctoring and accommodation services for individual students, to support you in the use of technologies to accommodate disabilities, or to provide academic counseling to students at your recommendation.

To learn more about the ARC, click here to listen to a Galaxy Radio podcast of Reeg ARC director Erica Ellard giving an in-depth interview about available resources.

For questions about what to do if a student discloses a disability, see the ADA Flowchart for decision-making tips that can support students who may disclose but do not have accommodations in place. The flowchart also has suggested tips for referring students to the Reeg ARC for accommodation

Faculty have asked how best to ensure that their students are aware of the Reeg ARC resources, so we have developed one-page handouts for your use in delivering to students. Please use these resource sheets to print and handout to individual students or an entire class. Please click below on the most appropriate group of students for your use to access the handout that most accurately highlights the specific services of most use for your group.

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