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Note-Taker Request Form

Student Completion Directions and Additional Information (Students attending WNE Law may NOT complete this form):

Complete one Note-Taker Request Form for each course, per semester.

Finding a note-taker may take up to two weeks, request a note-taker as soon as possible.

Have a discussion with the instructor and attend enough sessions of the class to determine the level of notes provided in the course (unless the course is at the Law school; please do not discuss your request with your instructor in those Law courses, speak directly with Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Planning, Dr. Michael Johnson.)

If you are requesting a notetaker, please be aware of the following: 
Only students that are registered with Student Accessibility Services (SAS), have a disability that affects their ability to take notes, and have been approved by the SAS staff for notetaking accommodations are eligible for notetaking services. 

Note: Test Request forms are not processed on Saturdays and Sundays. If you have listed more than one exam on the form, we will only process the first exam; one completed form for each exam. If you have not received a response from Student Accessibility Services within 48-hours of the exam please contact accessibility@wne.edu and for the note-taker request confirmation can you add-if you have not received an email response from Student Accessibility Services within 24-hours of the note-taker request form completion please contact accessibility@wne.edu. Note-Taker request forms are not processed on Saturdays and Sundays.

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