To become eligible, a student must have a documented disability.
Student must make contact with Disability Support Services (DSS) and provide documentation of the disability. Paperwork to help with the documentation process is available through DSS.
A reasonable accommodation is a support service provided to students with documented disabilities to help them perform according to their intellectual abilities.
Some common academic accommodations include:
This is a brief, but not exhaustive, list of services not provided through DSS:
The IEP you received in K-12 was provided to be compliant with the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and does not apply within postsecondary education.
In postsecondary education, we need to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act which does not require curriculum modifications (resulting in a fundamental change), specialized programs or IEPs.