How to Obtain Accommodations
- Provide necessary documentation to the Learning Center from the appropriate diagnostician, containing the following pieces of information:
- A diagnostic statement identifying the disability
- A description of the diagnostic methodology used
- A description of the current functional limitation
- A description of the expected progression or stability of the disability
- A description of current and past accommodations, services and or/medications
- Recommendations for accommodations
- For more details, see the Documentation Guidelines PDF.
Who is Eligible?
- Students with documented and qualifying psychological learning or physical disabilities, as well as chronic medical conditions.
- Students with temporary medical conditions that impact their academic life (e.g., broken leg, case of mono, hospitalization, etc.) may also be eligible for accommodations.
- Students with significant food allergies or conditions that are impacted by their diet may be eligible for meal accommodations.
- The Admissions process is the same for students with disabilities as for any other students. If a student is denied admission and wishes to make an appeal based on their disability, they may at that point submit documentation to the Learning Center for review.
- There are differences in how disability accommodations work, between high school and college. Read this PDF for additional information.
- See "How to Obtain Accommodations" (above)
- The Learning Center is glad to discuss a prospective student's situation prior to enrollment; please contact us!