In order to make instruction accessible to all students, SAS will provide all required instructional materials in an alternate format to eligible students requesting such accommodations when necessary to compensate for limitations imposed by the student's disability. Alternate formats include large print, electronic text, Braille, tactile graphics, and audio. It may be necessary to cut the spine of the textbook being reproduced. The book will be returned to the student in spiral bound form.
The HTC maintains a number of workstations on the Weed campus and on the extended Yreka campus that include screen readers and audio headsets for accessing electronic text.