To receive accommodations and services, the student completes the DRC registration process which includes submission of appropriate disability documentation. Our DRC General Documentation Guidelines explain the necessary criteria needed to verify documentation based on current campus policies and standards regarding disability verification.
For the student to be eligible for academic accommodations, the DRC must have written verification from a Certified Clinical/Medical Professional qualified to evaluate the disability.
- DRC General Documentation Guidelines
- DRC Verification of Disability Form (For physical and mental disabilities)
DRC Documentation Information:
- Learning Disability
- Mental Health Disabilities
- Physical/Sensory Disabilities & Other Health Impairment