Required Documentation

You can upload documentation on your disability to the Student Disabilities Services Registration Form, or you may bring hard copies of the documentation to your intake appointment. The information you provide will be kept confidential and private under ADA law and the Family Education Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA). Read more information on FERPA.

The type of documentation may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • IEP or 504 Plan from your high school:
    • Most recent copy of your IEP or 504 Plan AND
    • Your 3-year re-evaluation copy of your IEP or 504 Plan
  • Most recent psychological testing results and report (e.g. IQ testing, achievement testing, etc.)
  • Exact diagnosis
  • Detailed information on how your disability affects you.
  • If it is a medical disability, a doctor’s letter or report should include:
    • your diagnosis
    • level of severity of your diagnosis
    • date of your diagnosis
    • functional limitations associated with your diagnosis
    • recommendations for accommodations/supports/assistive devices 
    • medications that you are taking and any side effects
    • treatment/therapeutic interventions/previous hospitalizations 
    • expected duration of your condition (chronic, episodic, short-term)
    • frequency of symptoms per week/month/day