In order to be considered for accommodations through the Office of Disability Services a student must:
Reasonable accommodations are defined as:
Any reasonable modification or adjustment that will allow a qualified student with a disability to access a program, service or activity or have the same rights and privileges as student without disabilities and to benefit from all educational programs and activities. Makes it possible for a qualified student with a disability to have access to the educational program and for an instructor to more fairly evaluate the student's understanding of the material. Provides access to all services, but is not a guarantee for success.
A Reasonable Accommodation Is Not: An aid for the mastery of course content. Any accommodation that would cause undue hardship.
Services not Included Under the ADA: Bathing, Dressing, Personal Aides, Other Personal Care
Eligibility Process is a 4-part process: