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The AccessText Network is a conduit between the publishing world and colleges and universities across the country, with a shared mission to ensure students with disabilities have equal access to their textbooks in an electronic format and in a timely manner. Founded and supported by the Association of American Publishers and leading textbook publishers, AccessText works with its members to ensure its services meet the needs of students, publishers, colleges, and other stakeholders.
ACCESSIBILITY FOR THE BRILLIANTLY ABLED
The role of Student Accessibility Services is to coordinate services and reasonable accommodations for students. Student Accessibility Services balances the legal rights of students and the integrity of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's robust institutional criterion of excellence in standards and content. Student Accessibility Services is located in the Student Affairs Office in the Mussallem Union building. Student Accessibility Services strives to provide access and opportunity for students.
Director of Student Accessibility Services
Phone and Fax: (812) 877-8040