Disability and Access

CAAS SERVICES AVAILABLE DURING ONLINE LEARNING:

The Center for Advising and Academic Support (CAAS) will remain available to students virtually via Google Meet, email, and phone throughout the extended spring break and while the college is providing instruction remotely.  

Writing tutoring, subject area tutoring, and Supplemental Instruction (SI) will be available online via Google Meet starting April 6, 2020. 

Tutoring appointment scheduling remains the same, as do Disability and Access services.


TO SET UP APPOINTMENTS WITH DAC STAFF:
stolaf-dac.youcanbook.me


NOTETAKERS: As instructed in your email from DAC, please continue to take notes as you normally would while you listen to your lectures online. You are still required to upload your notes to myDAC by 5:00pm the same day as your class. If you do not have access to a scanner from home, please refer to these articles for free scanning apps you can install

on your iPhone: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/five-apps-for-scanning-documents-on-your-iphone/

on your Android: https://fossbytes.com/best-android-scanner-apps/ 


Welcome to Disability and Access (DAC), service of Center for Advising and Academic Support (CAAS). We are dedicated to ensuring equal access to educational opportunities, and the inclusion of all students with disabilities at St. Olaf College. DAC serves over 400 Oles who have temporary or permanent physical, learning, sensory, health or psychological disabilities. Students partner with our Access Specialists to establish accommodations and other academic services.


myDAC
Current DAC students log into myDAC for:

  • accommodation letters
  • alternate testing
  • notes from notetakers
  • books in alternate format
new student application iconClick to apply for DAC services

Students who have not registered:

  • find out more about DAC
  • request accommodations

myDAC Software Student Guide

Learn how to use myDAC – your online Accommodation Information Management system.