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Accessible Information Management (AIM)

Austin Community College District (ACC) has a “one-stop shop” for student accessibility services (SAS). Known as Accessible Information Management (AIM), this system helps the college streamline services for students who need them. AIM is managed by the college’s Student Accessibility Services (SAS) team.

AIM uses the college’s single login service, OKTA, and integrates key information from Colleague such as class lists, student-level course information, GPA, textbook requirements, student academic information, and faculty information.

New students are now able to log into the AIM system and request services. They will also find support options and resources they need in one place.

Additionally, faculty and staff will have a single system to review, submit, and monitor services for students.

Benefits of AIM

Faculty who work closely with students who use SAS services can log into AIM to better communicate and support their students. AIM features allow faculty to:

    • View accommodation notices online in a central location;
    • View list of students who have requested accommodations in their courses;
    • Send instructional materials for conversion into accessible formats;
    • Upload tests and complete a testing agreement that outlines the details for all exams in your class, and copy that information to multiple sections of their course;
    • Review exam requests submitted by students in their courses.

Staff and faculty who work with students are encouraged to share information about AIM.


Request an AIM Training

Does your department need training? Please contact Student Accessibility Services at to request training.

Does an ACC Student Need an Accommodation?

If a student discloses a disability or requests accommodations without official notification from our offices, please complete the SAS Referral Form so that SAS staff may contact them.

Submit the Student Accessibility Services Referral Form



If you’d like to learn more about AIM and our SAS program, visit or contact the SAS team at