If a student wants to arrange for services and make use of accommodations, he/she must be registered with the Student Accessibility Services Office. To do this, a student must:
- Schedule an appointment with the Director of Student Accessibility Services.
- Provide appropriate documentation of a diagnosis of a disability. Examples of professions which can supply appropriate documentation of a disability include:
|Licensed Practitioner||What they can diagnose:|
|Educational Diagnostician||Learning Disabilities|
|Psychologist/Psychiatrist||Learning Disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Psychological|
|Audiologist, Otolaryngologist (ENT)||Hearing loss and deafness|
|Physician||Physical or other health impairment, ADD/ADHD|
- Fill out your Request for Accommodation Form and return to the SAS Office.
- Pick up your Instructor Notification Memo as soon as possible (preferably, within the first few days after the semester/session begins).
Note: For on-line courses, the SAS Office will send the Instructor Notofication Memo to the instructor electronically.
- If the SAS Director has determined that a reasonable accommodation for you is:
- Deliver your Memo (and Testing Proctor Form, if applicable) to your instructors as soon as possible, but no later than two (2) weeks of the start of the semester/summer session.
- Make sure that each instructor signs the Faculty Receipt Form.
- Return the Faculty Receipt Form with signatures from all of your instructors to the SAS Office within two (2) weeks of when accommodations were requested.