What documentation will I need?
Only documentation from a licensed professional (psychologist, diagnostician, or physician)
is acceptable. The report must be comprehensive and include results of testing, a
contact name, title of the person completing the report, their telephone number, address,
and signature. The report must be dated. Documentation older than three years is not
accepted. In some instances more recent documentation can be required. Student Responsibilities:
Students seeking accommodations will be asked to provide current documentation of
their disability. It is the student's responsibility to become aware of the documentation
guidelines. He/She must obtain the necessary documentation from their school district
or physician. ARD and IEP papers are not accepted as appropriate documentation. The
student must schedule an appointment to discuss details about the disability and request
specific accommodations with the appropriate advisor at least one month prior to enrolling
in classes. It is the student's responsibility to follow up on all correspondence
and academic concerns with the ACCESS office staff.