All forms are PDFs unless otherwise noted.
Students who wish to schedule an appointment with the Office of Disability Services should complete this form.
Exam in a Reduced Distraction Location Request - Student
Students who are entitled to receive this accommodation must be complete this form at least one week before an exam so that proctoring can be arranged.
Exam in a Reduced Distraction Location Request - Faculty
Faculty who has students in class who are entitled to take exams in a Reduced Distraction Location should complete this form at least one week before an exam.
Release of Information
Students who need an outside agency to forward documentation to ODS or who need ODS to release information on file to an outside agency should complete this form.
Verification of Disability for Providers
This form should be completed by the medical professional who can attest to the nature of the student’s disability including diagnosis, functional limitations and recommendations for accommodations.
Alternate Format Text Request
If you are requesting a book in an alternate format from the publisher, please complete this from and return it to ODS.
Equipment Loan Agreement
This form should be completed by a student who will be borrowing equipment from ODS (e.g., a laptop for exams, a smart pen or a tape recorder).
Verification of Meal Plan Exemption
A student who feels that she or he is medically eligible for a partial/waiver from the University meal plan should have this form completed by the treating physician
Grievance Procudure Application
If a student believes a disability services accommodation has been incorrectly decided, this form should be completed. It is recommended that the student speak first about his or her concerns with ODS to discuss the situation and work toward achieving a successful resolution. Please refer to the Grievance Procedures document for more information.
Service Animal Policy
A student who feels that he or she is medically eligible to have a Service Animal (SA) on campus is required to follow the guidelines of this policy.
Emotional Support Animal (ESA) Policy
A student who feels that he or she is medically eligible to have an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) in University housing is required to follow the procedures outlined in this policy.