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Procedures for Loaning Equipment


  1. A student, who is registered with Learning Support Services (LSS), must meet with a Program Specialist to determine what accommodations and assistive technologies are appropriate.

  2. A referral will be given to the Assistive Technology Coordinator to follow up with the student.

  3. The student will schedule a time to come in for a demonstration and/or training with the Assistive Technology Coordinator. Students may borrow equipment based on the availability of items.

  4. Before the student is loaned equipment, he or she will sign a form agreeing to return the item in good working condition by the end of the semester.

  5. Failure to return equipment in good working order by the end of the semester will result in a financial hold being placed on the student's account. Additional equipment will not be loaned until previously borrowed equipment is returned in good working order or financial holds are paid.

The Equipment Loan Form is available online as a PDF. You will need Acrobat Reader to view the PDF document, which is saved as assttechequiploanform.pdf

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