Accommodations for students are approved on a case by case basis during an interactive process with a coordinator of student disability services. The interactive process is structured by what the student identifies as their needs related to their diagnosis. Coordinators may clarify with questions and offer suggestions. There is not a set list of approved accommodations for specific diagnoses. Some examples of accommodations that may be provided, but are not limited to, include: extended testing time, access to a reduced distraction testing environment, permission to audio record lectures, or alternative textbooks.