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Online classes = changing need for accommodations?
AACE is able to assist in navigating online accommodations and we are conducting phone and virtual appointments to meet your needs during this challenging time. Contact your preferred campus via phone or email here to schedule a virtual meeting at your convenience. You may also find answers to your questions in the following online resources:

Frequently Asked Questions for ONLINE Classes

No, you will be taking your tests online at your residence. Testing accommodations will be applied. Please see the AACE home page for Student Resources for additional information.
Yes and no. E.g., most testing accommodations and some others apply. Recording lectures will likely not be necessary as most online classes are recorded. If there is an accommodation you need and you’re not sure how it will work out, contact AACE by phone or email to schedule a consultation with one of the Access Coordinators.

  1. Review your accommodation letter – will the listed accommodations meet your need for the online environment?
  2. Also, review revised information from your instructors to determine if you have additional needs.
  3. Regarding testing accommodations, please see the AACE home page for Student Resources for additional information.
  4. To revise or update accommodations, contact AACE by phone or email to schedule a consult with one of the Access Coordinators.
  5. To request accommodations for the first time, start with the Welcome Form found at How to Connect.

Contact the Access Coordinator for Technology via email at clacds@gsu.edu or by phone at 678-891-3385.
Georgia State has a program in place for students who need it. Visit the site: www.gsu.edu/keeplearning, click on the “Internet & Devices” tab, Fill out the form expressing a need, and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning will help, if options are available.
Contact the Access Coordinator for Technology via email at clacds@gsu.edu or by phone at 678-891-3385.
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Contact AACE by phone or email to schedule a consultation with one of the Access Coordinators.

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