The mission of the Student Accessibility and Resources Office is to provide equal access to all educational, social and recreational programs through coordination of services and reasonable accommodations, consultation and advocacy. The Student Accessibility and Resources Office strives to provide services that will encourage students to become as independent and self-reliant as possible. Students requesting disability services should contact the Student Accessibility and Resources Office (903-566-7079) at least thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of each semester. The student seeking services is responsible for providing appropriate verification material to support requested accommodations. The student should provide diagnostic, prognostic, and prescriptive information from an approved professional in order to receive services. Appropriate accommodations may include program modifications, adjustments to testing situations and/or auxiliary aids and services. Disability services are provided in a private, confidential setting.