Get Connected with SAS
If you would like to meet with SAS to discuss accommodations, use the following steps:
Step 1: Schedule a Welcome Meeting using KSU Advising
- Visit KSU Advising and log in with your FlashLine credentials.
- Click on the Schedule Appointment button and Select Student Accessibility Services as your group.
- Answer a few questions for details. Select your preferred day and time.
- Indicate a reason for your appointment. If you don’t want to reveal personal details, you can simply type “appointment.”
- You will receive an email confirmation of your appointment. You can change your appointment up to 24 hours in advance through KSUAdvising.
- PLEASE NOTE - If you are more than ten minutes late for your appointment, you may be asked to reschedule.
- If you need to schedule a phone appointment, schedule your appointment using KSUAdvising, then contact SAS at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-672-3391 or 330-968-0490 (videophone) to let us know that your appointment is by the phone.
Step 2: Complete our student application.
- Before you meet with SAS, please tell us a little about yourself using the Access KSU student application.
- You can also upload any documentation you have regarding your disability. Learn about SAS documentation guidelines.
- Don’t put off your Welcome Meeting because you’re unsure about documentation. Your Access Consultant will let you know what additional information is needed to determine your accommodations.
Step 3: Attend your welcome meeting.
- You will meet with an SAS Access Consultant to talk about the barriers you experience in a college environment and to determine accommodations. Welcome meetings are typically 45-60 minutes.
- Be ready to talk about yourself, what support you have had in the past, and what you’re concerned about in college. Someone else, like a parent, may attend with you, but only in a supportive role.
Step 4: Request your course accessibility letters.
- Using Access KSU, you can customize your requests for each class.
- Your professors will not receive course accessibility letters unless you request them, so be sure to request letters for every class and every semester in which you’d like to use accommodations.
Step 5: Contact SAS with any questions or concerns.