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Guidelines

To apply for accommodations, all students must present relevant, verifiable, professional documentation and/or assessment reports that meet the University’s official guidelines. The documentation needs to be submitted in English or translated by a certified translator. This documentation allows Student Access & Accommodation to evaluate a student's request for accommodation and/or auxiliary aids. Information concerning a student’s disability is treated in a confidential manner in accordance with University policies as well as applicable federal and state laws. 

Please Note:  Student Access and Accommodation will make the final determination as to whether appropriate and reasonable accommodations are warranted and can be provided to the individual. All documentation submitted to SAA is considered to be confidential under FERPA guidelines and as outlined by University policy.

ADHD

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Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Blind/Low Vision

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Communication Disorder

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Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing

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Food-Related Disability

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Head Injury/Traumatic Brain Injury/Acquired Brain Injury

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Learning Disability

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Mental Health

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Multiple Diagnoses Procedures

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Physical and Systemic Illness or Injury

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