Disability Resource Center

Disability Documentation

You must provide suitable documentation from an appropriate professional qualified to assess and determine the disabling condition. The DRC will need information about how the disability is likely to affect you. We require information that explains the impact of the disability on relevant tasks such as reading, writing, getting around the physical environment, etc. We offer General Guidelines for Disability Documentation to assist you.

You may upload disability documentation as part of the myDRC application process or you may email it to drc@cpp.edu.

DRC recognizes barriers exist and can create hardship with regard to presenting third-party documentation. Please do not delay submitting an application for services out of concern for not having appropriate paperwork. Any information/documentation that students can readily share during or before the first meeting is helpful and can save the need for follow-up meetings. We will consider any information, including but not limited to, your description of your needs, records of past accommodations and services from high school, another college, and formal psychological or medical evaluations.

If you're having difficulty obtaining documentation, please have your health care provider, complete our DRC Certification of Disability Form.



*IMPORTANT: For students with learning disabilities, please refer to specific Documentation Guidelines for Learning Disabilities in accordance with California State University (CSU) policy AA-2014-08.