Access. Empowerment. Inclusion.
The Center for Accessibility Services (CAS) is committed to the ongoing goal of access and inclusion so that all individuals on campus can fully participate in the university experience. The CAS serves and supports students, parents and visitors seeking reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Creating Accessibility at Radford University
The CAS office encourages accountability of students through promoting self-advocacy and independence. Materials, locations and events are made accessible with accommodations and/or adaptive technology.
- Alternate Text Formats
- Reduced Distraction Environment for Testing
- Extended Time for Tests
- Use of Dictation Software
- Note Taking Services
- Sign Language Interpreting Services
- Use of Reading Software
- Use of Assistive Listening Devices
- Use of Magnifiers
- Use of Computer Aided Realtime Translations (CART) Services
Saturday Dec 15
All dayDec. 15 is the last day to submit documentation for Spring semester medical housing, classroom accommodations and/or testing accommodations.
Medical Housing Accommodation Requests deadline
Sunday Jun 30
CAS in the News
Guy Smith was the host and organizer of Radford University’s Autism Awareness Program, “Let’s Solve This.” He is also a Radford University student who not only identifies autism as his primary disability, but openly discloses his diagnosis in an effort to spread awareness and acceptance.
Freshman Sean Walker has won trophies, medals and an MVP honor while competing around the United States and internationally in goalball, a sport in which participants have some degree of visual impairment.