Center for Accommodations and Support Services
The Center for Accommodations and Support Services (CASS) aspires to provide students with disabilities, accommodations and support services to help them pursue their academic, graduation, and career goals.
The University of Texas at El Paso continues to take measures to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and faculty during the COVID-19 outbreak. The campus is currently in a restricted campus status. All COVID-19 updates can be found at www.utep.edu/coronavirus.
CASS continues to work Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm but will only do so remotely. All functions at CASS are available except for testing. We will not have testing at CASS until our campus status changes and allows for proper social distancing. Please contact us at 915-747-5148 or at CASS@utep.edu or go to our CASS AIM portal to request accommodations online.
The above measure is to take care of your and our staff’s health. Together we will overcome COVID-19. We appreciate your cooperation during this time.
Accessible Information Management Portal
Accessible Information Management system (AIM) is an online software system that many institutions of higher learning utilize as a way to process accommodations for students with disabilities.
Students can access or request services online and from the safety and comfort of their home 24/7.
AIM PORTALLOGIN TO AIM
Priority RegistrationAttention students with priority registration, please complete the checklist below before scheduling an appointment with cass to avoid any delays.
Request to Reformat Textbooks and DocumentsTo request books and documents in an alternative format please Request to Reformat Textbooks and Documents and visit CASS in person at UTEP Union East, Rm. 106 for more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call (915) 747-5148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Evacuation chairs are used when there is a fire or other reason for the electricity to go out in a building. Those that are mobile can evacuate the building by walking down the stairs. If a person that uses a wheelchair is stranded on an upper level, they can be moved into an evacuation chair, which will be used on the stairs to evacuate them from the building. Their wheelchair might be lost in the fire, but their life will be saved.Evacuation Chairs Location and Information
FREE COVID TESTING ON CAMPUS.
If you're planning to be on campus this semester, we wncourage you to participate in UTEP's free coronavirus testing program.
Just go to consent.utep.edu to submit a one-time, online consent form. Then, stop by one of the convenient outdoor testing locations on campus between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. to be tested. No appointment is necessary.
Testing locations are updated weekly at utep.edu/covidtesting.
We appreciate your choice to be proactive about your health and the health of your fellow Miners. Your decision to be tested will help pave the way for a stronger, healthier, and safer UTEP campus.
Miners take care of Miners!
WILL YOU BE ON CAMPUS THIS FALL SEMESTER?
consent today to participate in UTEP's free on-campus COVID testing program at consent.utep.edu