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Eligibility for Services

By law, students with a disability do not have to self-disclose or register with the Center for Access and Success. If, on the other hand, a student is seeking academic accommodations or adjustments, he/she must contact our office to request services.

CAS determines reasonable and appropriate accommodations according to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended in 2008. CAS will review information from the following three sources.

  1. Documentation must be current, provide a clear diagnosis and impact on the student’s education and be written by an appropriate medical/psychological professional.
  2. Observation of an apparent disability or effect. CAS will apply common sense in determining evidence of a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activity.
  3. Self-report by the student of information which will provide insight for CAS in determining reasonable accommodations.

After CAS reviews the student’s documentation, completes observation, and listens to the student’s self-report, CAS and the student will have an interactive process to discuss reasonable an appropriate accommodations.

Please Note:The Center for Access and Success does not perform any neuropsychological or psychoeducational assessments below. The Center makes no diagnosis for any type of disability. Most testing is done in high school or by a private qualified professional.

Each member’s accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis.

Students must complete accommodation request forms each semester for the specific courses for which they are requesting accommodations. Accommodations can not be made retroactively.

Documentation Guidelines