Students with disabilities may receive accommodations in college. Accommodations may include academic (classroom), housing (single medical rooms & assistance animals), and dietary restrictions.
To receive accommodations, students will need to:
- Fill out a disability disclosure form.
- Provide the Coordinator of Accessibility of Learning Support with supporting medical documentation of a disability and accommodations requested.
- Students can also submit previous accommodations letters from previous institutions and/or IEP of 504 plans from K-12.
- Meet with the Coordinator of Accessibility and Learning Support to discuss reasonable accommodations.
- Students will be given Academic Accommodation Letters to distribute to their faculty members.
- Housing Accommodations will be sent directly to Residence Life by the Coordinator of Accessibility and Learning Support.
- Students with dietary restrictions will meet with Hallmark Dining to create an Eat Safe Profile.
Reason for Accommodations may include but are not limited to:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Communication/Speech disorders
- Learning Disability
- Low Vision
- Hard of Hearing
- Mental Health
- Basic Chronic Medical Condition
- Alcohol/Substance Abuse
- Complex Chronic Medical Condition
- Traumatic brain injury
- Temporary Disability
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