Recruiting a Note-taker

The Academic Achievement and Access Center (AAAC) provides eligible students with a note-taker packet. This packet contains a letter explaining that the student is registered with the AAAC and needs an in-class note-taker due to the functional limitations created by the disability. The packet contains a script that can be read aloud in class to obtain a volunteer note taker from other students attending class. The packet also contains tips on how to improve note-taking, lists of common abbreviations, expectations of serving as a note-taker and non-carbon paper that the note-taker can use to share notes with the student with a disability. However, if you have difficulty identifying a volunteer in class the following suggestions we have received from other faculty may be helpful.


Quick Links

Icon that reads "Apply Here: New Student Application." Clickable link to apply for accommodations.

Icon that reads "Access Online: Registered Student Login." Clickable link leading to Access Online.

Icon that reads "Instructor Login." Clickable link to the Access Online portal for instructors.

Access Online

New to Access Online? Need the quick-start on requesting accommodations? Click here for a step-by-step guide (.pdf) or click here to visit our video tutorials page!

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