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Oregon Tech's Disability Services office coordinates academic adjustments and auxiliary aids for students with disabilities, including visual, hearing or mobility impairments; learning and psychological disabilities; chronic health conditions; and other disabilities. The DS program also assists in the modification of classroom, laboratory, on-campus housing and University program modifications as well as access to adaptive and assistive technology.

Students desiring services to accommodate a disability should contact Disability Services well in advance of entering Oregon Tech. Appropriate documentation of an impairment that might constitute a disability as defined in the relevant laws will typically be required. The student will meet with Disability Services staff to determine eligibility and appropriate academic adjustments and aids. Program staff will assist students in communicating information about needs and adjustments to instructors.

In addition, our campus access map provides information about Klamath Falls campus accessible parking, pathways, and facilities for the campus. Copies of the accessibility map are also available at the Information Booth at the campus entrance and at various locations around campus.

Inquiries, requests for assistance, and information regarding academic adjustments or auxiliary aids on the basis of a disability aids should be directed to the Program staff.

Other Klamath Falls campus resources include the Testing ServicesPeer Consulting Services  , Student Health Center, and the Tech Opportunities Program.

Other Portland-Metro campus resources include Testing Services, Peer Consulting Services , Student Health/Counseling, and Student Services.

Can’t find the answer to your question? E-mail access@oit.edu and we’ll be in touch!

Contact Us

Klamath Falls: Dacarie Robertson MSW , Disability Services Specialist

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Portland-Metro: Jamie Goodpaster

Portland-Metro: Jamie Goodpaster, Disability Services Coordinator