Consideration for eligibility for Accessibility Services is open to any student (full-time, part-time, commuter or resident) who has a documented disability. Documentation of a disability may include a written statement from a physician or a psychologist depending the ADA referenced disability. In the case of a Learning Disability, a recent Multi-factored Evaluation or an Evaluation Team Report is preferred followed by an Individualized Education Plan from the referring High School.
Accommodation(s) are written after the Eligibility statement has been written.
A intake form and a consent form as signed by the student, are required to be in file before Eligibility Statement can be written. To view and print theses forms, and the required "Grievance" form, please please read the following
Please check on the link below for questions and answers for "Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities."
To obtain the required Intake, and consent forms.
I need to explain that the lower portion of the Intake form is used to update documentaion The update is important so that we can make sure that you get the right start, and in the right classes. All you need to do is to mark the line in front of the question that relates to your situation.
The Consent to Release form is to protect your rights under the ADA law that effects post secondary education. Please read carefully before you sign it. Please designate by writing in blanks with whom I can communicate. The consent form will require a signature to be activated.
Please click "Grievance" to print and then sign as being aware of this informative document. The Accessibility Office will copy the signature for file, and return the original document for your use.