These forms may include :
- The student’s most recent IEP AND educational report, sometimes called a three year review or reevaluation.
- Medical records that provide a clear diagnosis. This needs to be on letterhead stationery and signed by a qualified diagnostician.
- Mental health records should include a DSM-5 diagnosis and should be no older than one year.
- Psycho-educational reports from qualified psychologists or educational specialists
Based on this data, the Student Accessibility Coordinator will develop a list of reasonable accommodations, review them with the student, put them in letter format and send them to the student’s professors via email. It is then up to the individual student to initiate a conversation about the accommodations with each of their professors, a step that promotes self-advocacy and self-responsibility.