Q. Do I qualify for Accessibility Resources accommodations?
Qualifying for accommodations is very individualized. Documentation must be submitted after you request accommodations, the services your receive will be individualized to you. Below is a list of guidelines that your documentation should fall under:
- A diagnostic statement identifying the specific disability(ies), date of the current diagnostic evaluation, and date of the original diagnosis and a description of the diagnostic criteria used.
- Description of the current functional impact of the disability
- How the disability affects your current academic performance
- Expected progression and stability of the disability
- Any treatments, medicines, or assistive technology currently prescribed or in use.
- Academic accommodation recommendations needed for the student to participate in class.
- Documentation must be typed on diagnosing professional's official letterhead
- Must be signed and dated by diagnosing professional and include their credentials
- An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Section 504 Plan will be accepted for verification of disability and academic accommodations
- Documentation written by family is not accepted
All documentation will become the property of Tulsa Community College