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The mission of the Center for Accessible Education (CAE) is to create an accessible, inclusive, and supportive learning environment. Through a collaborative effort with faculty, staff, and students, the CAE facilitates academic accommodations, disability advocacy, and serves as an educational resource for the campus community.

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The Center for Accessible Education serves thousands of our undergraduate, graduate, and professional students enrolled at UCLA. Students seeking reasonable accommodations or support services from The Center for Accessible Education are required to register with the office as early as possible so that you can work closely with a Disability Specialist and tap into the knowledge and support available to navigate your UCLA experience. The Center for Accessible Education will work closely with you to identify reasonable accommodations for your program.

Students with disabilities that arrive at UCLA do so with the skills, inner resources, and ambition needed to be a great success. However, for some students with disabilities, negotiating university life and academic environments can be more challenging without the benefit of support. The Center for Accessible Education serves as a central resource on disability-related information for students, procedures, and services for the University student community. The Center for Accessible Education provides expertise in determining and implementing appropriate and reasonable accommodations for academics and housing. UCLA students with disabilities are fundamental to the diverse pillars of the University, and we work to support you in accessing the educational experience at UCLA.

Ready to get started registering for accommodations and support from CAE? Start here! To fill out an application and begin the accommodation process, just select the application below that corresponds with your needs. Have questions about what you should do next? Just reach out to

To more quickly assist students, faculty, and staff with their questions about accommodations or resources offered by CAE, we host weekly drop-in sessions with various staff members. See the list of what we offer below, the days and times these sessions are offered, and how you can join.

Disability Specialists will be available to answer quick questions about accommodations, registration with the CAE, accessibility of courses, and any non-confidential questions you would like addressed. You can meet with any of the Disability Specialists, but if are looking to meet with your assigned Disability Specialist, please attend on their specific day or email them directly. To join these sessions, you can click the button below or use the Zoom Meeting ID 996 0404 5550.

CAE Housing Accommodations staff are happy to meet with students for virtual drop-in hours to answer any questions or concerns you may have about accommodated housing at UCLA. To join these sessions, you can click the button below or use the Zoom Meeting ID 488 4161 384.

All David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (DGSOM) students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to join DGSOM Director of Disability Services, Grace Clifford, during virtual drop-in hours! She will be available to answer quick questions about accommodations, registration with the CAE, accessibility of courses, and any non-confidential questions you would like addressed. To join these sessions, you can click this button below.

We offer rigorous and nationally recognized programs leading to coveted University of Arizona technology and social science degrees. Our engaging, online courses will provide you with the best education possible in a student-friendly program that fits your life.

You're interested in protecting the American people, obtaining a top-secret security clearance, and the analytic rigor of intelligence work. You want to learn in a program with an Intelligence Community (IC) designation.

Before you start any troubleshooting procedure, make sure that your device is charged to 20 to 40 percent of battery capacity, if possible. The battery indicator lights located under the power button are a quick way to verify the battery capacity without logging into the device.

Use the charger and the USB Type-C cable that came with the HoloLens 2 as that is the best way to charge your device. The charger supplies 18W of power (9V at 2A). Using the wall charger supplied, HoloLens 2 devices can charge the battery to full in less than 65 minutes when the device is in standby. If those accessories aren't available, make sure the charger that's available can support at least 15W of power.

If the device can't boot to the startup menu, note the LED appearance and device enumeration on the host PC. Then follow the troubleshooting guide. If the state of the device doesn't match any of the states listed in the troubleshooting guide, perform the hard restart procedure with the device connected to the power supply, not to your host PC. Wait at least one hour for the device to charge.

Under certain circumstances, you may have to manually restart the device without using the software UI. This may help you solve an issue you are encountering without having to reset/reflash your device.

Visit Cathy Doyle's second grade classroom in Evanston, Illinois to observe her students learning the think-pair-share strategy. Cathy goes over the "rules" and then engages the kids around a classroom read-aloud, An Egg Is Quiet. Joanne Meier, our research director, introduces the strategy and talks about how the strategy can help build confidence with students who are often reluctant to talk in front of the whole class.

Use think-pair-share to deepen discussions about specific characters in books the class is reading together. For example, if the class is reading The Great Gilly Hopkins by Katherine Paterson, try think-pair-share to respond to questions such as, "Would you be able to be friends with Gilly? Why or why not?"

Try think-pair-share for math problems with more than one correct answer, such as estimation, patterns, and logic. This strategy can also be used when students are deciding how to approach a math problem.

Jumpstart a think-pair-share discussion by asking a gbroad question relevant to a new unit of study, such as, "What do you already know about the Civil War?" As students dig into more difficult topics, you might ask questions such as, "Would you have agreed to be a 'stop' on the Underground Railroad? Why or why not?"

Individual candidates have one year from the completion date of their pre-licensure education to take and pass the State examination administered by PSI Services LLC AND to file a fully completed application for licensure with the Licensing Services Bureau, Real Estate. In order to avoid problems with the expiration of their one year of eligibility for licensure and to make a timely filing, candidates MUST complete the fingerprinting process as soon as possible after PASSING the State examination.

When should I schedule the fingerprint scan? For real estate salesperson, broker-salesperson, broker and salesperson (referral) candidates, the Department suggests that you schedule the fingerprint scan immediately after you pass the real estate licensing exam. For a real estate instructor, we recommend that you schedule your fingerprint scan no more than three (3) months prior to submitting your application for licensure regardless of when you pass the state exam. Your fingerprint confirmation receipt must be submitted with your application. For a real estate Director/Principal of a real estate school, we recommend that you schedule your fingerprint exam no more than three (3) months prior to submitting your application for licensure. Your fingerprint confirmation receipt must be submitted with your application.

The scheduled appointment will be within 7 to 10 days of completing the scheduling process. Remember that we suggest you take advantage of online appointment scheduling. Real Estate salesperson, broker-salesperson, broker and salesperson referral candidates MUST complete the fingerprinting process in sufficient time to file a license application prior to the eligibility expiration date as it appears on their passing score report issued by PSI Services LLC. This date is one year from the date of pre-licensure education course completion.

As a Claflin undergraduate, you will become part of a unique learning tradition that focuses on the whole person. Through small classes and hands-on experiences - and with the help of a close-knit and supportive community - you will gain confidence and develop skills that will bring out the visionary in you.

The Research and Education Centers (RECs) play a central role in this mission by providing faculty and students with the opportunity to conduct experiments across a wide range of environments and production systems. CAES has eight off-campus REC facilities located throughout the state.

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