Documentation

Students requesting accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids must provide written documentation to the Services for Student with Disabilities office on the Brighton Campus or to the Student Services Center on the Damon City Campus. Services can not be provided for a student who does not provide the necessary documentation.

All requests for accommodations should be made at least 30 days in advance of the need. Once documentation is submitted, it will be reviewed in the order it is received, therefore, all requests should be made as early as possible.

Documentation must be written by a licensed or credentialed examiner; which includes a diagnostic statement identifying the disability; a description of the diagnostic methodology; a description of the current functional limitations; a description of the expected duration and progression of the condition; and a rationale and justification for all requested accommodations. Please note that submission of only an IEP or 504 Plan may not be sufficient.

Any and all information received by the college regarding an individual's disability is strictly confidential.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Chronic Medical and/or Health Disability

Deafness or Hearing Impairment

Learning Disability

Mobility and/or Injury-Related Disability

Psychological and/or Emotional Disability

Visual Impairment

If accommodations are not clearly identified in a diagnostic report the student will be asked to seek clarification and, if necessary, more information. The final determination for approving appropriate and reasonable accommodations rests with the institution.

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