Each semester, students must complete a check-in appointment with Disability Services to remain eligible for accommodations. Each check-in appointment considers the student’s current state of functioning relative to their disability. This discussion is a fluid and interactive process throughout the student’s education.
Students are then provided a Letter of Accommodation outlining the academic accommodations for which they have been approved. In most cases, it is the student’s responsibility to deliver this letter and discuss their accommodation needs with their instructor.
See Appendix A for a sample Letter of Accommodation.
If using DS testing space, it is the student’s responsibility to comply with test administration procedures and confirm testing times.