A list of alternative courses for the math/logic and foreign language requirements is available through SNAP. If the alternative course is not a reasonable accommodation for the student's particular disability or involves skills which are affected by another disability, the student may apply for additional accommodation via other alternatives. SNAP personnel will recommend other alternatives or accommodations subject to the approval of the Academic Standards Committee.
Courses that are approved as alternatives for SNAP students often have higher concentrations of students with learning disabilities than courses not on the alternative list. To assist instructors of these courses, as well as any interested faculty, SNAP Services will provide periodic faculty seminars and training opportunities. The seminars will:
- explain reasonable accommodation
- describe the College of Charleston's procedures for accommodating students with disabilities, and
- suggest effective strategies for teaching students with learning disabilities.
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