Receiving Accommodation Letter
Accommodation letters are used for notifying professors that accommodation are needed in the learning environment, such as the classroom. Other categories of accommodations such as an emotional support animal, single room, etc. requires students to go through a different application and notification process.
Notification of Accommodations Letter
Once approved for accommodations, students will receive their accommodations letter via their Keystone email address. The notification of accommodations letter will list all of the accommodations and services that they are authorized to receive. Students should keep this letter for their records.
Meet with Your Professors
It is the student’s responsibility to provide, either through email or in person, and discuss their accommodation letter with each professor in order to receive the appropriate accommodations to assist with their disability. It is suggested that, if the student decides to give their accommodation letter to the professor in person, they do so during the professor’s office hours or at another time which would provide privacy. Instructors do not have to provide accommodations to students if they have not been informed of their needs in a timely manner. Accommodation cannot be implemented retroactively.
Accommodations are only valid for the semester listed on the notification letter and must be renewed each semester by meeting with the Director of the Learning Center.
Jaclyn Risboskin, B.A.
Learning Center Coordinator
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Hours subject to change)
Monday – Thursday
8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Miller Library - Offices 309 – 310