Learner Support Services
In order to establish eligibility to receive services via the DRC, individuals must complete a three-step process.
Step 1 is to complete the application/intake materials specific for DRC.
Step 2 is the submission of documentation to substantiate the disability. Acceptable documentation is medical, psychoeducational, or psychological records or correspondence clearly diagnosing or delineating the disability and signed by a licensed professional. After a review of the application and disability documentation, eligibility determination is made by the DRC staff.
Step 3 is a meeting with the DRC Staff to discuss and determine appropriate accommodations for eligible individuals. Factors involved in the determination of appropriate accommodations include the functional limitations inherent with the disability, academic requirements of the coursework, and preferences of the student.
All information and records obtained by the Disability Resource Center are kept confidential, consistent with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and ADA/504 mandates.
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