Deaf, HH, and disABLED Services: Services and Resources

This guide points to services and resources at The Wallace Center and on campus
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Services and Resources

Here you will find information about how to access and make requests for  interpreting, C-print, and  note-taking services using the Access Services form. Captioning and transcript services may be requested by faculty and students (with faculty approval and course number). Use this Media form.

Faculty, if you want to check your class to see if you will have Deaf students and an interpreter or C-print, you can go to this tab in the Access Services website.

There are other resources on campus you can also use, such as the NTID and Deaf Studies Librarian, Joan Naturale (Deaf librarian), the  RIT ASL and Deaf Studies Community Center (RADSCC) with Jeanne Behm (Deaf coordinator) and tutoring services with sign fluent tutors at The Writing Commons Center, all located at The Wallace Center.

In addition, there are tutors available in all the NTID Support teams in all the colleges at RIT, and at the NTID Learning Consortium (NLC) in the LBJ building. The Disability Services Office is also available to assist you.

The Wallace Center Services
Find out more about our NTID Librarian (Joan Naturale), the RIT ASL & Deaf Studies Community Center (Jeanne Behm), and the Writing Commons Center.

Captioning Services
The Wallace Center has captioning services for faculty and students. There are also captioned DVDs you can view. Faculty can request delivery of DVDs to their office.

Access Services
Find out how to request interpreters, C-Print, or note-taking services.

Interpreting Information
Here you will find information about the role of interpreters and how to use them during events.

RIT Disability Services
Find out more about the services this office provides and contact information of disability liaisons at all the colleges.

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Use of RIT resources is reserved for current RIT students, faculty and staff for academic and teaching purposes only.
Please contact your librarian with any questions.