Disability Services works in partnership with students, faculty, staff, and the RELLIS Academic Alliance to eliminate or minimize barriers and facilitate inclusion on campus. Students must request to receive disability-related ADA accommodations and provide documentation of a disability.
Students enrolled in university courses at RELLIS
Disability assessment services for students enrolled in university courses at RELLIS will be provided by the Texas A&M University Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (PBSI) through its Clinical Psychology graduate program under the direction of a faculty member. PBSI clinical psychology graduate student service providers and faculty supervisors appointed by the Clinic will comply with policies established by the Clinic regarding the American Psychological Association Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct and laws of the State of Texas relevant to provision of clinical psychology services.
To schedule an appointment, please call 979.845.8017 and identify yourself as a student enrolled in university courses at RELLIS.
Services will be provided at no-cost to students at the TAMU Psychology Clinic in Milner Hall, Suite 101 (425 Ross Street) on the Texas A&M University Campus. At the time a given appointment is confirmed, arrangements may be made for RELLIS Referrals to park in one of the Clinic’s parking spots in the Northside Parking Garage.
Students must request to receive disability accommodations by following the guidelines below. Students will have to provide all necessary documentation of a disability for their accommodation. Examples of accommodations include extended testing time, interpreters, note-taking, reader services, scribe services, audio books, and live captioning. To the extent possible, students will use disability services available for distance education students (e.g., extended time for exams, proctoring, etc.)
Students enrolled in Blinn courses only
Students who are enrolled in Blinn courses can set up accommodation plans with Blinn’s Office of Disability Services. For more information, see the website hyperlinked below:
Students enrolled in University courses
Students who are enrolled in courses offered by one of the university partners should provide a copy of their accommodation plan (if available) to the Office of Disability Services for their university courses (see list below). If students are enrolled in more than one institution, students must forward the accommodation plan to each university. Universities may accept this accommodation plan or develop a new one as needed.
If students do not have an accommodation plan, contact the Office of Disability Services to request appropriate accommodations.
It is the responsibility of the student to ensure all requirements of the class are completed, including scheduling alternative test locations or other out of class accommodations.
Academic Partners Office of Disability Services
The current academic partners Office of Disability Services websites are available and hyperlinked below: