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FAQ Access for Students with Disabilities

No, the ADA request form and necessary documentation only need to be submitted once. However, you must reach out to the ADA coordinator for every course.

Each course is different so the accommodations provided for each course could vary.

You'll need to meet with the coordinator to discuss which courses will be taken in the quarter and what accommodations are being requested for each course.

Accommodations that were once approved for a previous course, might not be approved again for another course, or they might not be relevant. For example, an extended time could be approved for exams in one course might be irrelevant in a second course that doesn't have any exams.

Yes, you can have your doctor fill out the Verification of Disability form. Provisional accommodations can be provided while you wait for your doctor to fill out the form.

Accommodation request forms should be submitted 15 days before the start of the course. If a diagnosis occurs in the middle of the quarter, please submit the forms as soon as possible.

Accommodation request forms need to be submitted 15 days before the start of the course. Late submissions may delay appropriate accommodations. If a diagnosis occurs in the middle of the quarter, please submit the forms as soon as possible.

Please provide:

  1. ADA Accommodation Request Form
  2. Verification of Disability or medical documentation
  3. Supporting documentation is optional and may include: educational records, letters from educators, diagnostic reports, letters from healthcare providers, records of past accommodations from testing agencies or employers, letters or records from local, state or federal agencies documents such as SSDI determination, and Veteran Affairs records.

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