According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), colleges are required to provide accommodations to students with a documented disability.
If you have a disability and are requesting accommodations, please visit the Center for Student Achievement (Room 204). We can offer a range of disability services based on your documentation to accommodate your needs.
Accommodations are awarded on a case by case basis depending on the documentation we receive. Listed below are possible accommodations you may receive, not required in every case.
If coming right from high school, our office needs a copy of your IEP (Individual Education Plan) before any services are rendered.
If you do not have an IEP, we will need an evaluation from either vocational rehabilitation services, a psychiatrist, or a physician before any services are rendered. Contact Center for Student Achievement Lab for specific evaluation requirements.
The evaluation for ADD or ADHD must be within 3 years. The evaluation for a learning disability must be within 5 years. The evaluation for a psychiatric disorder must be within the past 6 months.
If your documentation is older, we will ask that you get reevaluated to best accommodate your needs.
To effectively accommodate you, we will also need the following paperwork filled out. This paperwork will remain in your file.
We will need an evaluation from either vocational rehabilitation services, psychiatrist, or physician before any services are rendered. Contact Center for Student Achievement Lab for specific evaluation requirements.
Based on the documentation we receive, these are some of the most common accommodations our office can provide.
These include, but are not limited to: Arthritis, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Asthma, AIDS, and Heart Disease.
Types of hearing impairments include, but are not limited to: Hard of hearing, Deafness, and Auditory Processing Disorder which is the inability to process verbal information.
Types of mental illnesses include, but are not limited to: Mild Depression, Schizophrenia, and Bipolar Disorder.
Types of mobility impairments include, but are not limited to: Amputation, Paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Musclar Dystrophy, Arthritis, and Spinal Cord Injury.
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