Accessibility Services provides assistance to all qualified students with disabilities, whether they are physical, psychiatric or educational. You are required to register with the office and identify your needs in order to be eligible for academic adjustments. All services are based on individual needs. We are here to help you reach your academic goals.
A qualified person with a disability is someone with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more life activities, who with or without accommodations, can meet the essential requirements for participation in a program.
Qualified individuals eligible for disability services need to produce required documentation of their disability and self identify their need for accommodations.
Apply to Accessibility Services
Common forms of documentation include, but are not limited to:
Submit your documentation for review by an Accessibility Services Counselor.
Additional documentation Information:
Meet with a Counselor
Request services by contacting your counselor the first week of the semester. You must request services for each semester. *Academic accommodations such as audio textbooks and computer adaptations may take significant lead time to be ready in time for effective use. To expedite the request for Audio Textbooks & Adaptive Furniture please click the links below and submit the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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