Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and University policy, students must submit appropriate documentation to the Disability Resources (DR) office in a timely manner before they qualify for accommodations. Documentation, prepared by a qualified evaluator, must at minimum substantiate the student’s disabling condition and verify the student’s current need for accommodations in order to have equal access to learning or housing environments or activities.
For documentation guidelines, please see the following pages:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum
- Physical or Chronic Health Conditions
- Temporary Injuries
Documentation of a student’s disability is not part of the student’s academic record. All information related to a disability is treated as confidential and may be disclosed only with the student’s written consent or to those with a genuine “need to know,” consistent with the University’s policy and federal laws.