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Disability Documentation

 

Students should be prepared to provide the following preferred disability documentation to the DRC in order to determine eligibility for DRC services. If the documents listed are not available to you, make an appointment with a DRC counselor and they will guide you further. Note that while submitting the documentation listed is not mandatory in order to be considered for services, it can facilitate the process.

 

The following is a sampling of types of documentation that is acceptable, but is not a complete list of possibilities.

 

Attention Deficit Disorder

  • Please submit a psycho-educational evaluation performed by a qualified professional or have a psychiatrist or other qualified professional write a letter verifying the diagnosis.
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.

 

Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Please have your psychiatrist or other mental health professional write a letter and/or submit records of a psycho-educational evaluation which includes ASD diagnosis.
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.

 

Legal Blindness or Visual Impairment

  • A copy of your most recent eye examination results from your ophthalmologist or optometrist verifying your legal blindness or other visual impairment. In general, applicants utilizing conductive lenses must have a corrected vision of not less than 20/200 to be eligible for DSP services.
  • If you do not meet this requirement but have a visual impairment that significantly impacts your academic performance, you may still be eligible for services.
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.

 

Deafness or Hard of Hearing

  • A copy of an audiogram, administered within the last two years by your physician, audiometrist or audiologist, verifying the extent of your hearing loss.
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.

 

Learning Disabilities

  • For learning disabilities, records of a psycho-educational evaluation performed by a qualified professional
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.

 

Psychological Disabilities

  • Please have your psychiatrist or other mental health professional write a letter confirming the diagnosis.
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.

 

Mobility Impairment, Speech Impairment, Acquired Brain Injury, Chronic Illness, or other disabilities not listed above

  • Please have your physician or other appropriate professional write a letter confirming the diagnosis.
  • A copy of an IEP or 504 plan.