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Informationfor about Support Services for people with Dyslexia at Central Michigan University

August 19, 2011 in Information About Support Services for people with Dyslexia

Mr. Lewis,

The Michigan Freedom of Information Act provides that the University supply existing public records in response to requests, subject to applicable exemptions. You have not asked for records,  rather you have asked questions which the University is not obligated to answer. However, we are supplying information or links to where records can be found, if known. See text in blue below each question.

A Notice of Right to Seek Review is attached above.

Sincerely,

Kathy A. Kelly, for

Manuel R. Rupe

Freedom of Information Officer

 

 

Kathy A. Kelly

Legal Assistant

Office of General Counsel

Central Michigan University

1303 W. Campus Drive

Mt. Pleasant MI 48859

Phone 989.774.3971

Fax 989.774.2477


 


As part of the ongoing discussion inside of Dyslexic in America, we have dedicated a special section to colleges and university with Strong support Services for people with dyslexia and other disabilities. I have sent out a request for information from each of the institutions we have begun two explore; I will be posting the responses from each individual institution as they come in.

 

Questions

 

  1. Contact information for student support services or institutional specialists trained in the area of dyslexia?

Answer: this request is denied as it not a request for records. However, the Student Disability Services website is found at: http://www.cmich.edu/student_disability_services.htm

 

  1. Number of students admitted to college or university every year?

 

  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000 (2007?)
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. However, the Office of Institutional Research has a report which may assist you, at http://www.cmich.edu/documents/OIR/enrollment/enrollment_profile_projection_2010.pdf See page 9.

 

  1. Number of students admitted to college or university with dyslexia
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. List the top five programs for all students at college or university?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

Answer:  this request is denied as it is not a request for records. However, the Office of Institutional Research has a report which may assist you, at  http://www.cmich.edu/OIR/Reports/Enrollment.htm , scroll down to “Fall Enrollment Profiles,” click on “On-campus Student Fall Profiles” and then select a year from the drop down menu.” Once the page opens, scroll to the second page, then see reference to the most popular majors in the paragraph to the right of the graph.

  1. List the top five programs for all students with dyslexia?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. List your overall retention rate for all students?

 

Answer:   this request is denied as it is not a request for records. However, the Office of Institutional Research has a report which may assist you, at              http://www.cmich.edu/Documents/OIR/graduation/ftiacs_persistence_graduation_2010.pdf  See Table 1A.

 

  1. List your overall retention rate for students with dyslexia?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. Percentage of students that graduate within five years?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. However, the Office of Institutional Research has a report which may assist you, at

http://www.cmich.edu/Documents/OIR/graduation/ftiacs_persistence_graduation_2010.pdf    See Table 2A

 

  1. Percentage of students with dyslexia that graduate within five years?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. Number of trained or certified staff assisting with learning disabilities?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000 (2007?)
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. However, we can tell you that within the Student Disability Services Office, there were 4 such staff in 2007-08, 3 in 2006-07, 4 in 2008-09, 3 in 2009-10 and 3 in 2010-11.

 

 

  1. Please list the methods of remediation?

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. Please list technology resources?

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. Statement about your institution and the philosophy’s that you follow, to ensure support services for students with disabilities?

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. However, see the Student Disability Services website at: http://www.cmich.edu/student_disability_services.htm

 

 

  1. Date and time lines for admissions and other criteria documentation needed for assistance I.E. (IEP, psychology reports etc). ?

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

 

 

  1. Any links, photographs and information that you would wish for me to share with followers?

Answer: this request is denied as it is not a request for records. In addition, there are no existing records which are responsive to your request and the University is not required to create a record.

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Informationfor about Support Services for people with Dyslexia at Iowa State University

August 19, 2011 in Information About Support Services for people with Dyslexia

As part of the ongoing discussion inside of Dyslexic in America, we have dedicated a special section to colleges and university with Strong support Services for people with dyslexia and other disabilities. I have sent out a request for information from each of the institutions we have begun two explore; I will be posting the responses from each individual institution as they come in.

 

  1. Contact Information:  Steven Moats, Director-Student Disability Resources, Dean of Students Office, 1076 Student Services Building, Ames, IA 50014.  Phone 515.294.7220; email disabilityresources@iastate.edu .  Webpage:  www.dso.iastate.edu/dr

 

  1. Number of students admitted with Dyslexia:  ISU does not maintain the specific data requested for students with ‘dyslexia’ without gathering that information from each file.  However, we have information regarding a more broad category of ‘learning disability’ which includes those with a diagnosis of dyslexia (see below)—

 

  1. List the top five programs for all students with dyslexia:   ISU does not maintain specific data requested for students with ‘dyslexia’ without gathering that information from each file.

 

 

7.         Overall retention rate for students with dyslexia— ISU does not maintain the specific data requested for students with ‘dyslexia’ without gathering that information from each file.

 

  1. Percentage of students with dyslexia that graduate within 5 years—  ISU does not maintain the specific data requested for students with ‘dyslexia’ without gathering that information from each file.

 

  1. Number of trained or certified staff assisting with learning disabilities—  Student Disability Resources employs four permanent staff members, several graduate students, and collaborates regularly with teaching professionals, administrators, advisors, and other entities on campus to assist students with disabilities.

 

  1. Methods of remediation—  All ISU students, including those with documented disabilities, are encouraged to utilize resources that assist in the development of organization, time management, study strategies, academic consultation, supplemental instruction, and tutoring.  These are offered through the Academic Success Center (see www.dso.iastate.edu/asc/).  However, ISU does not provide remediation courses, per se.

 

  1. Technology resources:  ISU is a campus with many public computers for use by students and visitors.  Our office coordinates appropriate reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities as it relates to their needs—this may include but is not limited to text-to-speech software, speech-to-text software, screen enhancement software, and Braille.

 

  1. Statement about our philosophy–   SDR mission statement (from http://www.dso.iastate.edu/dr/mission/):

 

The Student Disability Resources Office (SDR) at Iowa State University is a unit in the Dean of Students Office that supports qualified students with documented disabilities.   SDR believes that equity, social justice, and diversity are essential to creating/maintaining an environment of equal access and opportunity for all. We believe that disability is a naturally occurring aspect of the diversity of life and that it is an integral part of society and to the Iowa State University campus community.

Our mission is accomplished by:

·         Partnering actively with teaching faculty, staff, the Dean of Students Office, and the University community to create environments that are accessible, usable, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable.

·         Promoting awareness and equal access through training, partnerships, innovative programs, outreach, education, and coordination of reasonable accommodations.

·         Serving as a point-of-contact for any individual interested in learning about eligibility for services and reasonable accommodations at Iowa State University.

·         Providing information and assistance regarding the delivery of reasonable accommodations.

 

  1. SDR ‘documentation guidelines’ are posted online at:  www.dso.iastate.edu/dr/docs .  We encourage students seeking accommodations to contact SDR several months prior to commencement of courses at ISU to discuss their specific situation, history, documentation, processes, expectations, etc.  Eligibility is established through a meeting with each student and our review of appropriate documentation.  Students may self-disclose their challenges at any time; however, requests for reasonable accommodations must be made in a timely manner and may be delivered after eligibility has been established by SDR staff and a meeting with SDR staff is completed each term.

Application for admission and admissions criteria to Iowa State University is the same for all students (see http://www.admissions.iastate.edu/ ).

 
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Informationfor about Support Services for people with Dyslexia at The University of Akron

August 18, 2011 in Information About Support Services for people with Dyslexia

As part of the ongoing discussion inside of Dyslexic in America, we have dedicated a special section to colleges and university with Strong support Services for people with dyslexia and other disabilities. I have sent out a request for information from each of the institutions we have begun two explore; I will be posting the responses from each individual institution as they come in.
I. Contact infonnahon for student support servil.:es or institutional specialists trained in the area of dyslex ia?

Jessica DeFago. M.A.
Disability Specialist & Service Coordinator
Office of Accessibility
Simmons Hall 105
The University of Akron
(330) 972-7928 (v)
(330) 972-5764 (ldd)
(330) 972-5422 (fax)
jld4@uakron.edu (E-mail)

http:// wwv, .uakron .cclu, access
2. Number ofstudents admiued to college or university every yellr?

a. Academic year 2006 to 2007 -24},W) I lR.R71 llndcrgrad:~.HJ2 (rrad: 2.2(,() [awl
b. Academic year 2007 lO 2008 -26.1 h!l120.12h L’lldcrgmd. ·UJ70 (Irad: 1.”’64 I.a\\ )
C. Academic yectr 2008 to 2009 -2)0;,<)5-1 (~~.M)7 I ‘ndcrgrad: 4.:~J I (,rad. ~.116 I ,IW)
d. AcademIC year 2009 to 20 I 0 -:!~5111 (1~.1 S\I lIndcrgmd. ~YW(Irad. 1.7 ‘1 I a\\ )
e .  Academic ycar 2010 to 2011 -1 L116 C-I.5W l itltkrgrnd. -1.654 (irad, 2.0-‘~ taR)

3. Number of siudents admitted 10 coHege or univeJ.sity with dyslexia? Tbe University of Akron does not currently track this information?

a. AcademJc year 2005 tel 2006
b. Academic year 2006 10 2007
c. Academic year 2008 10 2009
d. Academic year 2009 to 2010
c. Academ.ic year 20 I 0 10 2011
Records Compliance Office
Akron, OH 44325-4706
330-972-7360 Office · 330-384-2611 Fax

 

 

4, List the top five programs for all students at college or university?

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5. List the lOP five programs for all students with dyslexIa? The University of Akron docs not currently track this intol·mation?
a. AcademIc year 2005 to 2006
b. Academic year 2006 to 2007
c. AcademiC year 2008 to 2009
d. Academic year 2009 to 20 I 0
c. Academic year 2010 to 2.01 J

6. Lisl your overall retenlion rate for all students?

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7 List your overall (ctention rale for students with dyslexia?

The University of Akron docs not currently tnck this information. :.t.

A. Ademic year 2005 to 2006
b. Academic year 2006 (0 2007
c. Academic year 2008 to 2009
d. Academic year 2009 to 20 I 0
e. AcademiC year 201 0 to 2011

8. Percentage of studenls fhat graduate within five years’!

a. academic year 2000 to 200 ] 2S V’
b. academlc year 200 1 to 2002 !5.~(lo
c. Academic year 2002 10 2003 25 711 rI
d. academic year 2003 to 2004 25.6°’1
c. academic year 2004 to 2005 ~ 1..”\’1 {>
… Undergraduate students only

9. Percentage of students wilh dyslexia thaI graduate within fiv~ years? The University of Akron docs not currently track this information.

a. Academ ic year 200S 10 2006
b. Academic yt;;ar 2006 to 2007
c. Academic year 200g to 2(109
d. Academic year 2009 to 20W
c. AcademiC year 201 0 10 2011

10. Numher oftrained or certi fied staff assls(ing With leanl1ng disabilities?

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Acadenllc year 2006 to 2007= ,
\.:. AcademiCyear 200X 10 200Q·-:::. 1
d. Academic year 200910 2010= ~
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( I. Please list the methods of remediation?
• N/A-ll1e offie\.: provides many referrals for campus tutormg hut the office itsel f does not provide any remedial academic services

12. Please list technology resources’!
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• inspiration

13. Statement about your mstitutiol) and the philosophy’s that you follow, to ensure supporl services for students with disabilities’?

• Tile mission ofthe Oflice of Accessibilit y at the University of Akron is to provide stud~nlS with full acCt.’Ss to and the opportunity lor full participation in (he lIcademic environment. \\I e are advocates of “oclal Justice for students with dl5:ahilittes ;)nd work to cnd nppression oy examining {he social, cultural and institutional barriers to IIlclusion of all students. We l..”tnbraee the diversity of our student hody and celebrate a culturally sensitive and accessible campus through outreach. partnership. and advocacy with many umversity dcpU110lenis.

•Our goal IS to provide reasonable accommodations aDd a supportive. weHrcsourccd environment lO students with disabilities in order to promote student succt.”SS in the university environment. This miSSion goes well beyond the legal requirements. Including Section 504 of the Rehabilitutlon Act of 1973 and the Americans v.ilh Disabilities I\ C! ,l$ Amendcd. and suppuns the Unjvcrsity’~ commitmenr to crC3.te an accessible and weJcomlng environment for all students.
•Three strands uf service provision:
o ACCESS
o OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUCCESS
o ADVOCACY AND OUTREACH

14. Date and time lines for admissions and other cnteria doeull1CntatlOll needed for assistance I.E. (IEP, psycholugy reports etc).?
How to Regist~r with the Offiee of Accessibility
Getti”g Slarred
• Students are encouraged to rcgiMer with the Uffice ()f ACCCSSlhdil), J months priur 10 enrollment 31 The UniversllY of Akron.
• Sludl.!nls nre encouraged to contact the OtTicc 01 Admissions 10 i.lpply for admission to thl.! unJvcrsity prior to registering for services al Ihe Offu.:e of Accessibiltt).
Step Ollt’
• Submit all ()fthe following inlormation II) the OtTi!.:!; of AccesslbllHY
• A completed Prcllminnry Intake Iltstnry Form
• Current, dIsability-related documentation of your dlsahility( iI.:s) ..:omplcled by a qualified professional
• Specific gUidelines are located at www.uakron.~4u/a(;ccsl> or m Slinmon:; Hall 105.
• The OfficI;; of Ac((ssibiltty will not accept dlS<1hllity•.rclated dOCUmCJ1lal10n from treatment professIOnals who arc related. 111 any wny. to lhl: student requc:-;ting services.
Step Two
• Once all documentatioll lJlaterials have been rccl!ivcd and reviewed. you Will recelvc a letter 11lchcat l11g your next step. Usually. the next step IS to SdlCdull: an lI)1ilke appointment.
• fhc inlakc appointmcnt is designed tl) discllss:
I. ServIces a student IS eligIble 10 reccive based lIpon the documentatioll subllll tled
2. Oisability·rel;lted needs
3. Prepar;l1ions for Jttendlng college
• Students flre welcomt! to bnng a support person (parellt. guardlal). spous\.:. case managl:r) to the mtake apptltntment. which will he scheduled wllh a professt(lIlal stafT memher urlhe Ollice (,f ACl!cSSlbility.
15. Any links. photographs and infonnauon that you would wish for me to share with
followers’!

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Information about Support Services for people with Dyslexia at University of Colorado-Boulder

August 16, 2011 in Information About Support Services for people with Dyslexia

As part of the ongoing discussion inside of Dyslexic in America, we have dedicated a special section to colleges and  university with Strong support Services for people with dyslexia and other disabilities. I have sent out a request for information from each of the institutions we have begun two explore; I will be posting the responses from each individual institution as they come in.

Questions

  1. Contact information for student support services or institutional specialists trained in the area of dyslexia?

 

Disability Services
In the division of Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE)

University of Colorado Boulder

N202 Center for Community

107 UCB

Boulder CO  80309

303-492-8671 main
303-492-5601 fax

www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices

 

Specialists with specific training in learning disabilities who work in Disability Services are Cindy Donahue, Director and Karen Rosenschein, Assistant Director.  There are other Learning Disability and dyslexia experts on campus (i.e., Speech, Language and Hearing Services dept, Psychology dept and Education).

 

2.  Number of students admitted to college or university every year?

The number admitted each year is in this table – is this the figure you want?  http://www.colorado.edu/pba/records/acprep/admitresidency.htm     Or do you want the number of students at UCB each year? Or do you want the number of new freshman who matriculate each year?

  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

 

  1. Number of students admitted to college or university with dyslexia
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

The specific data requested in #3 is not known.   What I can provide is the number of students with learning disabilities who have registered with Disability Services.  We do not currently split out the number of students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, etc.  Future data collection plans include the ability to do so.

Year

LD

LD & ADD

LD & PSYC

LD, ADD & PSYC

TOTAL LD & other dx

Total All Students with Disabilities

06-07

278

unknown

unknown

unknown

*

1052

07-08

281

unknown

unknown

unknown

*

1190

08-09

322

127

12

12

473

1343

09-10

301

125

10

16

452

1265

10-11

284

142

12

22

460

1333

*For years 06-07 and 07-08, there were 91 and 223, respectively, students recorded as having multiple disabilities.  The majority of those students had LD plus another diagnosis.  In year 08-09, we started looking at the breakdown of the multiple category.

 

  1. List the top five programs for all students at college or university?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

  1. List the top five programs for all students with dyslexia?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

The data requested in #5 is not known.

 

  1. List your overall retention rate for all students?

 

  1. List your overall retention rate for students with dyslexia?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

The data requested in #7 is not known.

 

  1. Percentage of students that graduate within five years?
  • Same URL as retention
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

  1. Percentage of students with dyslexia that graduate within five years?
  1. academic year 2007 2008
  2. academic year 2006 2000
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011

 

The data requested in #9 is not known.

 

  1. Number of trained or certified staff assisting with learning disabilities?

There are 4-6 staff who predominantly work with students with non-visible disabilities (learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, head injury, psychological disabilities)

  1. academic year 2006 – 2007
  2. academic year 2007 2008
  3. Academic year — 2008 — 2009
  4. academic year 2009 — 2010
  5. academic year 2010 — 2011 –

 

  1. Please list the methods of remediation?

Remedial classes are not offered at this university.  Support services offered through Disability Services can be found on page 5 of the DS Brochure located at www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices.

 

  1. Please list technology resources?

Technology resources offered through Disability Services can be found on the DS website at http://www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/assistivetech.html and on page 5 of the DS Brochure located at www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices.

 

  1. Statement about your institution and the philosophy’s that you follow, to ensure support services for students with disabilities?

Here are our most recent mission, vision and philosophy.  They will be on our new website soon.

 

Mission – DS ensures that students with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations and services to participate fully in the academic environment.  DS expects and coaches the campus community to embrace and embody a fully accessible and culturally sensitive campus.

Vision – We envision a fully accessible, integrated and universally designed campus community.

Philosophy – Disability Services’ role is to serve as the university’s main consultant on disability matters regarding students.  DS provides leadership and guidance regarding accommodations and universal access, which requires a collaborative relationship among all members of the university community.

DS Core Values include:

  • Human variation is natural and vital in the development of dynamic communities
  • Building and using an academic success toolkit (i.e., self-advocacy skills, resources, various study strategies) is essential for all students
  • Responsibility for meaningful and universal access belongs to all
  • A diverse and stimulating university community is a shared responsibility; disability is diversity
  • Universal design is essential for achieving inclusion and social participation of all

 

  1. Date and time lines for admissions and other criteria documentation needed for assistance I.E. (IEP, psychology reports etc). ?

Here is the Admissions website for deadlines to apply to the university –  http://www.colorado.edu/prospective/.

Disability Services does not impose deadlines to register with the office.  See the DS website for documentation requirements for learning disabilities and all disabilities – http://www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/doc.html

 

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Information about Support Services for people with Dyslexia at University of Colorado-Boulder

August 16, 2011 in Information About Support Services for people with Dyslexia

As part of the ongoing discussion inside of Dyslexic in America, we have dedicated a special section to colleges and university with Strong support Services for people with dyslexia and other disabilities. I have sent out a request for information from each of the institutions we have begun two explore; I will be posting the responses from each individual institution as they come in.

Questions

  1. Contact information for student support services or institutional specialists trained in the area of dyslexia?

Disability Services

In the division of Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE)

University of Colorado Boulder

N202 Center for Community

107 UCB

Boulder CO 80309

303-492-8671 main

303-492-5601 fax

www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices

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