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Disability Support Services and Accommodations
If you would like to request Disability Support Services, please download the attached DSS intake form, complete it, and return it to me with any disability documentation.
The Learning Specialist asks students who request disability accommodations to describe their disability, their past use of accommodations or the disability's likely impact on their educational experiences. Types of helpful documentation supportive of such requests include medical records, psycho-educational testing, and school records. If you don't have copies of this type of information, you are welcome to meet with the Learning Specialist to discuss other ways to demonstrate a connection between your condition and any academic barriers you anticipate or are facing.
Documentation can provide a valuable tool for helping the Corcoran College of Art and Design understand how courses, systems and facilities may present barriers, and for planning strategies, including reasonable accommodations, which facilitate access. The Learning Specialist often uses external documentation to augment conversations with students and to support requests for accommodations. Please stop by Student Affairs, downtown campus or email the Learning Specialist, Amanda Kleinman, M.S. Learning Specialist Services Specialist.
The Learning Specialist is unfortauntely not able to help students with disabilities find grants, scholarships, or funding. However please explore http://www.washington.edu/doit/Brochures/Academics/financial-aid.html and http://www.collegescholarships.org/blog/2012/10/09/information-for-students-with-disabilities/
For a complete guide to Student Accommodations and policies, please see http://www.corcoran.edu/student-guide-accommodations-policy-and-procedures
Specific links for Veterans: http://www.washington.edu/doit/Veterans/The Veterans Center is a space for postsecondary faculty and administrators to learn about how to create classroom environments and campus activities that maximize the learning of all students, including veterans who have disabilities. Much of the content is duplicated in other publications, training materials, and web pages published by DO-IT