Accommodations and Assistive Technology

Clemson Supported Accommodations

Provided by Student Accessibility Services (Link opens in new tab.)

  • Sign Language Interpreter (for students)
  • Student Volunteer Note Takers
  • Test Proctoring via Test Proctoring Center (Link opens in new tab.)
  • Real-time Captioning
  • E-text
  • Large Print Keyboard
  • Braille
  • LiveScribe Echo Smartpen (only 30 available)
  • Voice Recorders (only a small number available)
  • ZoomText
  • JAWS
  • Read&Write Gold
  • On Campus Travel Supports

We also recommend a number of free or low cost Note Taking apps.

Provided for Employees and Visitors

(Return forms via supervisor or mail to the Office of Access & Equity (Link opens in new tab.))

Free Assistive Technology

There are many free assistive technologies available as well. A brief list can be found below, and additional settings and tools may be available from your device’s Ease of Access settings.

These tools are not supported by Clemson which means that, if you have difficulty using them, CCIT may be unable to help you.

Screen Readers
Screen Reader Program Manuals
NVDA for PC (Link opens in new tab.) (works best with Mozilla Firefox) NVDA Manual (Link opens in new tab.)
VoiceOver for iOS VO Keyboard Manual (Link opens in new tab.)

VO Gesture Manual (Link opens in new tab.)
TalkBack for Android (Link opens in new tab.) TalkBack Keyboard Manual (Link opens in new tab.)

TalkBack Gestures Manual (Link opens in new tab.)
Narrator for Windows Narrator Keyboard Commands (Link opens in new tab.)
Orca for Linux Fedora and Ubuntu (Link opens in new tab.) Orca Keyboard Commands (Link opens in new tab.)
ChromeVox for Chromebooks (Link opens in new tab.)

ChromeVox for Google Chrome (Link opens in new tab.)
ChromeVox Keyboard Manual (Link opens in new tab.)