Requesting Accommodations

  • Please submit a DAS registration form and disability documentation. See our Getting Started with DAS page for more information.
  • Once documentation has been received and accepted, please contact the DAS office to schedule an orientation. If you do not live in or near Corvallis, the orientation may be conducted by telephone. You will need to have access to a computer with an internet connection during the orientation.
  • Once the orientation has been completed, you will have access to DAS Online Services so that you can make requests for accommodations online each term.
  • Login to DAS Online Services to make your accommodation requests.

Please review the following specific steps necessary in obtaining accommodations for Ecampus students.

Accessible Testing

Some Ecampus exams must be taken in a proctored setting. Ecampus students who need proctored exams on the Corvallis campus must select DAS as the proctor on the "Exams and Proctoring Form" located on the Ecampus web site. Ecampus students living near the Corvallis campus with proctored exams must follow DAS procedures and timelines for submitting exam requests to schedule exams.

Whether or not DAS is proctoring the Ecampus exam, students receiving extended time as an accommodation should ignore the Blackboard automated elapsed time warnings; the extended time will be allowed.

Questions regarding Alternative Testing Services at DAS should be directed to Alternative Testing Services at 541-737-4098 or

Notetaking Services

Typically, a notetaker is not provided due to the nature of online classes.

Alternative Formats

Please contact the DAS Alternative Formats Production Manager at

Captioned Media

Videos/DVDs/internet clips used in Ecampus courses that have an audio component must be captioned when students who are Deaf/hard of hearing are enrolled in the class and have requested the accommodation. If you would like auditory information provided in Ecampus courses captioned, select “Accessible Audio/Video” when making requests for accommodations on the DAS database.

Please contact the DAS Program Manager of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Access Services at (541) 737-4098 (voice) or (email) for assistance if any Ecampus courses are inaccessible to you.


Ecampus Student Success provides a variety of additional academic resources for Ecampus students.