- Living On Campus
- Housing Services
Housing Accommodations are one of two types:
In both cases documentation must be completed by the clinician currently treating the student for the disability or medical condition for which the request for accommodation is made.
Upperclass students considered for a reasonable accommodation must be assigned a lottery number and meet application and deposit deadlines. The Housing Accommodation process is an addition to the general application process.
Please review these Frequently Asked Questions before you submit an e-mail inquiry: Housing Accommodation Request FAQ
In order for us to make the most appropriate assignment for you, housing accommodation requests for Fall 2016 need to be submitted by:
Requests received after these dates will be evaluated, however spaces will be extremely limited.
*Under the ADAAA (American Disability Act Amendment Act of 2008) guidelines a person with a disability is one with a physical, mental, emotional or chronic health impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. Examples of disabilities are Chronic or Degenerative Disorders, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Mobility Impairment, Psychiatric Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Vision Impairment.
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