What is accepted as documentation?
You must submit documentation from a current treating physician that:
- is on letterhead;
- states a diagnosis or diagnoses;
- is signed and dated by a treating care provider;
- includes your name and date of birth on all documentation;
- is submitted in a non-editable document (no Word documents);
- provides support for the diagnosis and how it meets the definition of a person with a disability under the ADA.
Records of Past Accommodations
We will consider records of past accommodations when evaluating your current requests for accommodation. Past information is needed so that we can develop an understanding of how your conditions are likely to impact you. Past records may include, but are not limited to:
- description of your needs;
- record of past accommodations and services from high school or another college;
- formal psychological or medical evaluations;
- letters from past health, education, or service providers.
Any past documentation submitted must be completed by a qualified professional and be
on letterhead, typed, and signed.
Performance Summaries from High School
A Summary of Performance is a document prepared between the high school and the student
to aide the student in transition planning, and is not considered acceptable documentation.
- AD(H)D or Learning Disability [pdf]
- Asperger's or Autism [pdf]
- Hearing Impairment [pdf]
- Health Conditions [pdf]
- Meal Plan Reduction/Exemption [pdf]
- Mobility or Physical Disability [pdf]
- Psychiatric Disabilities [pdf]
- Visual Impaiment [pdf]