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Mission Statement

Student Accessibility Services is committed to providing a community that ensures full participation for students.


SAS is the office designated by the University to review documentation and determine reasonable accommodations and resources for students. SAS is guided by the belief that each individual has strengths, abilities and talents. SAS’s vision is an inclusive environment that supports attainment of academic goals to professional goals for persons of all abilities. SAS provides assistance that will allow equal opportunity and equal access to education. Academic support services can include classroom/testing accommodations, accessible textbooks, access to/assistance with assistive technology and other services.  Students with permanent/temporary disabilities may request services by contacting SAS and providing appropriate documentation.


Staff are available to provide consultations, feedback and trainings. Through partnerships with different entities on campus, SAS strives to create a universally accessible campus and community.


Let us know if you have any questions regarding services for students with disabilities.


University Health Services
1202 W. Farm Rd.  Room #155
405-744-7116 (Voice) | 405-744-1143 (Fax)


Jack Henneha

Jack Henneha

Interim Director

Lisa Dobson

Lisa Dobson


Angie Larison

Angie Larison

Accessibility Intake Specialist

Lindsay Romero-Kopenhagen

Lindsey Romero-Kopenhagen

Administrative Support Specialist

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