Student Responsibilities and Documentation
♦ Students who believe they are eligible for services must self-identify and provide current documentation of their disability to the Accessibility Services Office in order to determine appropriate services.
♦ Students are encouraged to schedule a meeting with the Accessibility Coordinator before the start of an academic year to discuss specific needs and accommodations.
♦ Students are strongly encouraged to be proactive due to the fact that some accommodations, e.g., adaptive equipment, alternative book format, etc., can take several weeks to order/obtain.
♦ Students are expected to provide their own transportation, personal attendant, and other items not directly related to the academic environment.
♦ Documentation should not be more than three years old and turned in within 30 days of registering with Accessibility Services.
♦ Documentation should come from the medical professional who diagnosed or is currently treating you and must be an expert in the field.
Students registered with Accessibility Services who qualify for exam accommodations can access the accommodation form by clicking the link below.
Click the below link to download the Student Handbook. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view this file.