Charter Oak State College is committed to the goal of achieving equal educational opportunities and full participation in higher education for persons with disabilities who qualify for admission to the College.
All Charter Oak advisement and testing facilities are accessible. As an online institution, Charter Oak is uniquely positioned to work with students using a variety of modalities and can serve students with a wide range of disabilities.
To provide appropriate accommodations, official documentation of the disability is required. Charter Oak State College uses the guidelines as endorsed by AHEAD (Association for Higher Education and Disability) external link. In adherence to Amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2008 (S. 3406) and revised Title I regulations, determination of eligibility for accommodations requires an interactive process and is made on a case-by-case basis. The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) asks that any student in need of academic accommodations meet with us by phone or in person to engage in the interactive process.
If you are a registered Charter Oak State College student and you are seeking accommodations for the first time, please visit our Accommodate Public Portal external link. You will need to fill out the intake form and you may upload your documentation on this page.
If you are a registered Charter Oak State College student who is already registered with the Office of Accessibility Service (OAS), please log into your Accommodate account external link to request accommodations for an upcoming term, semester, or session.