Accessibility Resources

Additional Resources

Getting started with the AIM system is an essential first step in working with student accommodations. 

Video | Instructor Introduction to AIM (1:27)

Faculty AIM quick reference, 1 page

Spring 2024 Slides from the AIM Introduction Presentation 


VidGrid is a screen recording and lecture-capture tool available to YCP members. You can record actions on your screen, yourself via webcam, or both at one time. Your videos are hosted on VidGrid and can be edited, closed captioned, and embedded in Canvas.

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Video | How to Add Captioning in a VidGrid Video


Zoom provides faculty, staff, and students with the opportunity to connect in a virtual environment. Captioning Zoom calls/webinars and providing transcriptions helps to make this tool as accessible as possible for everyone. 

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Zoom Canvas Training


Faculty members are responsible for providing accommodations requested for the student through AIM, but are also required to maintain the fundamental requirements of their course for ALL students. Contact SAS for guidance if you feel an accommodation may alter the fundamentals of a course.

Support and Services

Students who would like to request an accommodation should begin the process by filling out the Student Accessibility Services Accommodation Request Form, which is available through the AIM system. All information in this application will be kept confidential. 

If you need to access any of our information in an alternate format, please contact Student Accessibility Services at 717.815.1717 or

Submit a Request

The AIM system is used to manage all information and communication related to students' accommodation requests. Students may use AIM to submit their accommodation request form, upload related documentation, schedule testing, or make an appointment with Student Accessibility Services. 

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The Testing Center in York College's Student Accessibility Services Department provides a state-of-the-art, comfortable test-taking environment for students with a variety of accommodation needs. Testing appointments may be scheduled through the AIM system. 

To contact the Testing Center, please email or call 717.815.2047.

Schedule a Test

Student Accessibility Services staff are here to help, whether you need guidance in obtaining accommodations or want to discuss your options. Our offices and Testing Center are housed on the bottom floor of the Humanities Center, conveniently located in the center of the College's Main Campus. 

To schedule an appointment, email or call 717.815.1717.

Contact Us

Student Accessibility Services

Humanities Center, Room 23