Students We Serve
Student Accessibility Services works with students with documented disabilities. Our staff reviews medical documentation to determine eligibility for academic, housing, facilities, assistance animals, and dining accommodations.
There are many types of disabling conditions that may cause students to request accommodations. Examples of these conditions include:
- Specific learning disabilities
- Attention deficit disorders
- Mental health conditions
- Food and other environmental allergies
- Conditions that impact mobility
- Conditions that impact vision and hearing loss
- Other long-term health conditions (i.e. diabetes, POTS, cancer, etc)
We also review documentation for temporary accommodations for medical conditions such as:
- Broken bones
- Surgeries with extended recovery times
Most short-term illnesses are not accommodated through our office. Students with concerns about missing class due to illness should work directly with their instructors to make up missed work.