Physical, Chronic Health, Visual, or other Impairment

General Information

Students whose disabling conditions are readily apparent may require minimal or no documentation depending on requested accommodations. Students with invisible conditions, which includes many chronic health impairments, should provide documentation of their condition(s) and the resulting functional limitation(s). Please review our general documentation guidelines prior to submitting.

It is recommended that students with variable conditions be reevaluated yearly to maintain an updated profile of their condition and academic needs. Initial and updated disability information can be submitted via the SAS Verification Form.

Housing & Meal Plan Accommodations

Students who have food allergies, immunocompromised status, mobility impairments, psychological disabilities, or other conditions that may impact room and board arrangements should review additional information on housing accommodations through the Office of Residential Life. Students with medical needs impacting dining that necessitate accommodation should apply through Student Accessibility Services. In addition, Dining Services often works individually with students with celiac disease, life-threatening food allergies, eating disorders, and other conditions to ensure that they can safely and healthily eat on campus.