Reasonable accommodations provide access to the curriculum and the instructional and educational process. They do not alter the course or degree requirements or the instructional methods. An example of a reasonable accommodation would be for a student who is deaf and needs interpreting services to access the curriculum and the instructional process within a classroom.
Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis by the DSPS Teacher-Specialist or Counselor regarding the your needs as described in your disability documentation.
If you have a disability, you need to be able to identify your needs and use self-advocacy.
If you received special education in high school you probably had an IEP. Please bring in a copy of your IEP from high school to help the counselor determine what accommodations would best serve you.