Montana State University has a proud history of accommodating persons with disabilities, and the staff at the Office of Disability Services is committed to ensuring equal educational access and full participation in all of the university's programs, services and events.

Most Common Academic Accommodations:

Testing Services and Resources

Testing is one of our most commonly used accommodations. This includes:

  • Extra time on testing
  • Reduced distraction environment
  • Private testing room
  • Breaks during exams

As well as other personalized testing accommodations.


Disability Services implements notetaking accommodations through services such as:

  • Hiring an anonymous peer Notetaker
  • Recorded Lecture
  • Recorded Lecture with the use of Glean

If you would like to request notes for the semester, request to be a notetaker, or learn more about Glean, please follow the link above.

Alternative Textbooks

Disability Services provides alternative textbooks such as:

  • Audiobooks
  • Online PDF version of textbooks

If you need an alternative form of textbook or textbook resources, please follow the link above.


How to register for academic accommodations:

  1. Log into Accommodate (You will need your NetID and password)
  2. Complete the Student Request form by clicking Accommodation & Information Requests and then Accommodation Request
  3. Then, click the Documents tab to upload your documentation to the Accommodate portal (Here is the link to our Documentation Guidelines)