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Applying for DRC Services

Students requesting mobility service due to a temporary disability (e.g. broken leg), please refer to the Mobility Assistance page.

DRC Registration Process – Student with a Documented Disability

Step 1:  Required Forms and Disability Documentation

The student is required to submit* the following:

  1. Application for Services
  2. DRC Intake Form
  3. Disability documentation (see Disability Documentation Guidelines)

Step 2:   Eligibility for Services Review

Once the complete packet of required forms and documentation is received in our office, DRC will review to determine eligibility for services.  The student will be contacted if additional documentation is required to determine eligibility.  PLEASE NOTE:  The review process can take up to 3 weeks, depending on the number of applications received.  Plan accordingly!

Step 3:   Intake Appointment

The student will be contacted to meet with the appropriate DRC specialist for an Intake appointment. The Intake appointment will confirm the reasonable and appropriate accommodations and other services for which the student qualifies.

Step 4:   Orientation Appointment

The student will be required to attend an Orientation(s) regarding the procedures for use of the approved accommodations and services.  The student must complete their Orientation(s) before they can use their accommodations. 

 *Forms and documents can sent by mail, in person, email, or fax.  Please visit our Contact & Location page for our contact information.

If you are a student who suspects that they might have a disability, DRC has compiled a list of qualified professionals who conduct learning disability evaluations.  This list is available in the DRC office (9/103).

You may also refer to our FAQs-Learning Disability Evaluations