Students must provide current documentation of the disability (documentation is usually within 3 years). The documentation needs to be from a qualified professional (physician, psychologist, certified counselor, etc.) and needs to include:

  • The nature of the disability and how it impacts the student’s ability to participate in major life activities.
  • Results of assessments used to diagnose the disability.
  • Medications prescribed relating to the disability and how they may impact the student’s ability to participate in classes.
  • A recommendation of accommodations or academic adjustments that may offset the effects of the disability.