All documentation should be scanned and sent via email.
Please find some alternative methods for scanning documents at the bottom of the page.
Documentation does not carry over from high school to college. Please refer to the Procedure for Obtaining Accommodations tab for information on the formalized process of pursuing accommodations through Disability Support Services.
Please note: A high school 504 plan and IEP are K-12 documents, though the accommodations contained within may be applicable in the collegiate setting. If submitting an IEP or 504 plan, please also include a recent letter, report, or the Medical Verification Form* from the diagnosing provider in addition. IEP's and/or 504 plans that were developed for secondary education and may not provide the necessary testing, diagnostic information, or information related to determining reasonable accommodations in higher education. However, some IEP's and 504 plans may provide very useful information that could be used in the process of evaluating reasonable accommodations in higher education. If submitting IEP's or 504 plans, please only submit the most recent versions.
Students seeking accommodations need to provide appropriate recent documentation of a diagnosed disability or impairment from a qualified, diagnosing professional. Requests for accommodations must be relevant and applicable to the student’s current diagnosis. The documentation criteria are as follows:
Documentation must be “current.”
*Alternative methods to scan documents via email:
To use an iPhone as a document scanner:
Cam Scanner is an additional free scanner app that is user-friendly as well. It will prompt you through scanning pages using your phone’s camera.