Idaho State University Accessibility Spotlights
ISU Accessibility Spotlight: A guide to service dog etiquette
It’s important for the campus community to know the difference between service dogs and emotional support animals and ISU now has policies in place for preventing service dog discrimination.
ISU Accessibility Spotlight: Teams are Devoted to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Released February 2022. Idaho State University Disability Services creates teams that can include sign language interpreters, note-takers, transcribers, and others to help Deaf and Hard of Hearing students succeed.
ISU Accessibility Spotlight: Disability Services creates braille documents to better serve its students
Story released November 2021. Responding to the needs of some of its blind students, the Idaho State University Office of Disability Services, under the Division of Student Affairs, has embarked on an innovative pilot program to create braille reading materials in-house.
ISU Accessibility Spotlight: White Canes
Released December 2021. For a student who is blind and using a white cane, negotiating the Idaho State University campus can be a tricky business.
ISU Accessibility Spotlight: eText program serves hundreds of students per semester
Released September 2021. Sometimes Idaho State University Disabilities Services workers must cut the bindings off from textbooks so that each page can be scanned to create a PDF file of the book for use in its eText program, which is used by hundreds of students per semester.