Disability Documentation Guidelines
Documentation must be current, in most cases within three years of the current date; however, discrretion will be used in accepting documentation of conditions tha are permanent or non-varying. Some conditions that are chronic and / or changing may require more current documentation and / or frequent updates.
Documentation must be prepared by a "qualified professional". A qualified professional includes, but is not limited to the following: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Neurologist, Psychiatrists, Medical Specialist, Educational Psychologist, or Neurophysiologists. Documentation must include both diagnostic information and an explanation of the current manifestation or functional limitations of the condition. Documentation should be submitted to Learning Support Services, Loveridge Hall, room 23.
NOTE: An IEP or a 504 Plan is not considered appropriate college documentation.
Learning Disability (LD)
ADD / ADHD
Psychological & Autisum Spectrum Disorders
Chronic / Systemic Illness
Deaf / Hard of Hearing
Blind / Low Vision