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Schedule an Appointment with CAS

How to schedule an appointment at CAS

CAS requires 2 business days advance notice for appointments. You may schedule appointments up to 2 weeks in advance.

  • Open your ACCESS CAS homepage, select the Appointment tab
  • Fill out the search fields:
  • Select which type of appointment you are requesting and select DONE
  • Date range
  • Time range
  • CAS Coordinator
  • Day of the week
  • Select which date and time you would like to request
  • Confirm all of the information on the pop-up is correct and include any additional notes you would like to communicate
  • Once complete, select SUBMIT REQUEST. (You have booked your appointment and you will receive a confirmation email. 

Submit a Semester Request

How to submit a Semester Request

Student registered with CAS must submit a semester request each semester they would like to utilize their accommodations.

  • Open your ACCESS CAS homepage and select the Accommodation dropdown menu
  • Select Semester Request
  • Select ADD NEW
  • Select the semester from the semester dropdown menu
  • Select Review the Renewal: All accommodations will be checked for all courses.
  • If you have an accommodation you do not want to use, uncheck the box.
  • Select SUBMIT
  • An email confirmation will be sent to your Radford email.

CAS will review your request and you will receive an email notification when your access plan is sent to instructors.  

Learn about CAS Accommodations

Examples of Disabilities Eligible for Services

  • Learning (ie, reading, writing, etc.) 
  • Hearing Loss
  • Psychiatric
  • Medical
  • Vision 
  • Speech
  • Mobility
  • Neurological
  • ADHD
  • Autism
  • Temporary*

* Temporary Disabilities: As a result of an illness or accident, a student may be eligible for temporary services. Upload medical documentation from your provider when completing the CAS Application for Services online form.


Examples of Accommodations in Which Students May be Found Eligible

  • 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 Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART)