Office of Student Disability Services
The college engages in an interactive process with the student and, as appropriate, with professionals documenting the disability and the student’s family. If you have a disability and would like to receive consideration for reasonable accommodations, written relevant documentation from a licensed physician, psychologist, or other qualified professional is ideal. A high school plan such as an IEP or 504 Plan may or may not be fully sufficient documentation, but can be helpful. Please use the Registration Process to request accommodations and submit required documentation.
- Identify themselves, provide documentation and request reasonable accommodations in a timely manner.
- Once approved for accommodations, communicate with faculty about how the accommodations will be implemented in the classroom.
- Communicate with Student Disability Services in a timely manner should any issues with accommodations arise.