To receive reasonable and appropriate services/accommodations, students must present documentation of their disability and current functional limitations. This means there must be a diagnosis by a licensed professional who is qualified to evaluate the specific health condition. Please click on the following to view specific documentation requirements:
- General Guidelines for Disability Documentation
- Physical Disabilities and Chronic Health Conditions
- Learning Disabilities
- Psychological Disorder
Test Anxiety Documentation Guidelines
Test anxiety is not considered a disability under federal law. If you are applying for academic accommodations related to anxiety, your assessor must diagnose you with an anxiety disorder that is more general (such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder) and must include examples of areas of your life where anxiety creates a disability beyond the testing situation.