The Accessibility Services Office promotes access and opportunities for students with disabilities through collaboration with the other Centers in the Sagan Academic Resource Center, and collaborates across campus with Counseling Services, Residential Life, Student Engagement and Success, and faculty.

***Self-disclose a chronic or permanent disability condition and request accommodations HERE***

***Self-disclose a temporary injury or disability condition and request accommodations HERE***

***Schedule an appointment with the Director of ASO on Penji*** 

What Services does the ASO offer?

  • Review of disability documentation
  • Approve reasonable accommodations for academic and residential settings
    • Classroom and testing accommodations
    • Housing and ESA accommodations
  • Advocacy and support for faculty, staff, and students
  • Assistance with developing executive functioning skills
  • Provide temporary disability support for short-term injuries or conditions, pre- and post-surgical physical limitations, and concussions

How Can the ASO Help?

  • Respond to inquiries from prospective students and their families
  • Consult with faculty regarding teaching and learning best practices for students with disabilities
  • Provide assistance with accessible technology
  • Connect students with campus support resources

Our Schedule

  • Accessibility Services Office Summer Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30am - 4:00pm
  • Testing Center Schedule

    The OWU Testing Center (and Proctored Exam Scheduling Form) is closed during the Summer Session and will re-open during the Fall Term.

Exams are scheduled using Exam Proctor Forms or our Exam Proctor Request Form (beta testing)

Student Responsibilities

The ASO provides reasonable academic accommodations according to the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, and follows the regulations of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Students with disabilities registered with the Accessibility Services Office (ASO) agree to:

  • Initiate contact with the ASO Director to disclose disability, provide requested documentation, and complete an Intake Interview.
  • Arrange all testing accommodations with the OWU Testing Center at least 2 business days prior to an exam. 
  • Make exam/test arrangements with my professor in their academic department or work with my professor to make arrangements to complete exams/tests in the OWU Testing Center.
  • Check-in for appointments at the OWU Testing Center or ASO Director's office on time. If I am 15 or more minutes late, I may be asked to re-schedule my appointment (i.e., meeting with the ASO Director, scheduled exam time).
  • If taking an exam, to set my cell phone on "airplane mode" or "off" and place it in my bookbag or on the ASO Proctor Desk for the duration of my exam, to ensure test integrity.
  • To take notes in class because it is my responsibility. I understand that I am responsible for attending every class session in order to take or receive notes.
  • Give my permission to the ASO Director to discuss my accommodations with applicable OWU faculty members and staff, as is necessary. I have been educated on my role as well as the role of faculty members and staff in providing accommodations.


Amanda Rodenborg
Director of Accessibility Services
P   740-368-3990
F   740-368-3499

Anne Noonan
Testing Center Coordinator
P   740-368-3857
F   740-368-3499

Contact Info

Summer Hours M-Th: 8:30am-4:30 pm

Sagan Academic Resource Center
Hamilton-Williams Campus Center #324
61 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
P (740)-368-3990
F 740-368-3499

OWU Testing Center

Anne Noonan, Testing Center Coordinator
OWU Testing Center
University Hall #114
Closed during summer session