Students should submit any prior assessments and evaluations conducted by a qualified professional. These assessments and/or evaluations should provide the name, title, and other credentials of the aforementioned professional.
Evaluations should include a diagnostic statement as well as be signed and dated.
Documentation should include a description of the diagnostic criteria, evaluation methods, procedures, tests and dates of administration, as well as a clinical narrative, observation, and specific results.
Documentation should provide information on how the disability or disabilities currently limit one or more major life activities.
Recommendations of the qualified professional provider will be considered as part of the comprehensive intake process; however, these recommendations do not guarantee the granting of requested accommodations.
Prior accommodations, such as from high school or another University setting, help determine appropriate accommodations, but do not guarantee the same accommodations being granted. As such, Individualized Education Programs and/or 504 Plans may or may not provide sufficient information to determine reasonable accommodations, dependent upon their contents.