ARConnect

ARConnect provides online access for students, instructors, and notetakers to request and manage disability-related student accommodations.  Tutorials are available on the ARConnect Resources webpage.

Academic Accommodations

Prospective students and UWM students, who are not yet registered with the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) may apply for academic accommodation services through an online application.

Click “Apply for Accommodation Services,” below to open a new tab and begin the application process.

Apply for Accommodation Services

UWM students who are registered with the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) and approved for services can manage those accommodations and services through ARConnect.

Click “Manage Accommodation Services,” below to open a new tab and enter ARConnect.

Manage Accommodation Services

Notetaking

UWM students who are registered with the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) and approved for a note taking accommodation can request a notetaker through ARConnect by selecting the “Manage Accommodation Services” button above.

Apply to Become an ARC Notetaker
UWM students may apply to become an Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) notetaker through an online application.

Click the above button, “Apply to Become an ARC Notetaker,” to open a new window and begin.

Please view “Notetaker Orientation and Training Quiz,” (opens in a new tab) for more information.

Manage Classes & Upload Notes
For approved ARC Notetakers, click “Manage Classes & Upload Notes,” above to open a new tab, manage courses or upload notes.

Please view “Notetaker Tips,” for more information.

 

Revised:  May 22, 2018