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Housing Accommodations

Requesting Accommodations

Students that have a disability that affects housing needs need to register with Student Accessibility so that they can work with the office to explore the possibilities. They will need to be attentive to the deadlines posted by the Housing & Residence Life office for requesting accommodations and note that housing accommodations are based on availability. 

Documentation regarding housing accommodations should include the information found on the Housing Accommodation Disability Verification Form.

Renewing Accommodations

The Office of Student Accessibility will contact students who have previously been approved for housing accommodations during the spring semester to confirm renewal of accommodations for the upcoming academic school year.

Renewal dates


New students:

July 1, 2020 – Deadline for all incoming first-year and transfer students to submit requests for reasonable accommodation for the 2020-2021 academic year.

December 1, 2020 - Deadline for students incoming for the spring of 2021 to submit requests for reasonable accommodation for spring 2021. Students residing on-campus for the fall of 2020 do not need to resubmit documentation for the spring of 2021.


Returning students:

November 1, 2020 - Deadline for students returning from study abroad programs and students returning from fall temporary withdrawals for the spring of 2021 to submit requests for new reasonable accommodation for spring 2021. Students residing on-campus for the fall of 2020 do not need to resubmit documentation for the spring of 2021.

February 1, 2021 – Deadline for current students to submit requests for reasonable accommodation for the 2021-2022 academic year. Renewals for currently approved housing accommodations and returning students with new requests must be submitted to the Office of Student Accessibility


NOTE:

  1. Late requests will not be considered until after the housing assignment process is complete.
  2. If a student requested reasonable accommodation but turns down the opportunity to live in a space that meets their approved need, the student must participate in the regular housing selection process.
  3. Any new requests from the student must be reviewed by the Office of Student Accessibility.