Student Course Accessibility Letters

Each semester, students will release their Course Accessibility Letter (CAL) to their instructors. CALs will be received by instructors through their Purdue email. This email serves as the official notice to the instructor from the student of the accommodations they may use that semester in their course. Instructors may also access a student's CAL via the DRC Instructor Portal. 

The Access Consultant assigned to the student is identified on the CAL and is your DRC contact if you have any questions about the implementation of accommodations.

Instructors may receive CALs at any point in the semester. Upon receipt, it is expected that the accommodations will be put in place.

Accessing Course Accessibility Letters (CALs) via DRC Instructor Portal

  1. Log in to the  DRC Instructor Portal using BoilerKey  

  2. Read the confidentiality statement and click “Continue to View Student Accommodations”   

  3. You will now be on your “Overview” page. This is a table of the student(s) in your course(s) who have shared their CAL with you for the current semester.  

  4. To view an individual student’s CAL, click “View” in the far-left column in the row for that student. Note that this  is the same information sent to Purdue email. At the top of the page, you can find the Access Consultant information and time stamp for when students initiated the email.