The College strives to address functional limitations and behavioral manifestations by making reasonable accommodations for each qualifying condition. Examples are accessible rooms for mobility-impaired students, fire alarm devices for deaf students, and carpet-free rooms for students with allergies. In addition, we provide temporary assistance for short-term conditions, if space permits. For example, a student may need to move to a ground floor location while recuperating from knee surgery.
Individuals who request housing accommodations for disability- and/or medical-related needs may be exempt from Room Draw and/or the general housing process. To apply for this housing, a student must indicate their need on the BannerStudent application and submit the Documentation for Accommodation Needs form (we require that the professional/provider completing this form is not a family member through blood, marriage or other legal arrangement) and any appropriate documentation to the Undergraduate Housing Office.