The Office of Disability Services is the University office designated to determine reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.
The Office of Disability Services works to ensure that students with disabilities have access to education and campus life at the University. Through collaboration with the institution’s diverse community, Disability Services facilitates accommodations, discourse, and engagement to promote a universally accessible learning environment for all.
- Aug 23: First Day of Classes
- Aug 30: Last day to add/drop a course with no grade
- Sept 6: Labor Day - No Classes and University Closed
- Sept 23: Founder's Day - No Classes
- Oct 11-12: Fall Break - No Classes
- Oct 22: Last day to withdraw from a course; grade subject to withdrawal policy
- Nov 16: Last Day to Register with DS to secure accommodations for Fall Semester 2021
- Nov 18: Last Day to Schedule to to your Final Exam in the DS Test Center
- Only tests administered on campus in person may be scheduled in the DS Test Center
Students who need accommodations first need to submit appropriate documentation of their disability to our office for review. Documentation forms and information on how to register for services can be found on our website. The list below will help guide you:
- Most students need their treating health care provider to complete the Disability Documentation Form.
- Students with learning disabilities should submit the most recent full-scale psycho-educational evaluation supporting their diagnosis.
- Students requesting housing accommodations need their treating health care provider to complete both the Disability Documentation Form and the Housing and Meal Plan Addendum.
Access for Visitors and Students at Public Campus Events
Students or visitors to campus who need accommodations for a public campus event should contact Disability Services at 704-687-0040 or email@example.com. For more information, visit the University's Accessibility website.