Helpful Tips for Advising
- Students with documented disabilities who struggle with foreign language or math may be eligible for an alternative. To qualify, students must receive approval from AccessAbility Services and the Dean of Students.
- AccessAbility Services does not provide psycho-educational evaluations to students who suspect they may have a learning disability. We can refer students to agencies and psychologists who provide this testing.
- AccessAbility Services has the discretion to offer provisional accommodations and services to students who do not have documentation of a disability.
- Students who are unable to engage in physical exercise may request a waiver of the activity requirement by contacting AccessAbility Services.
- Withdrawing from courses or the college mid-semester may affect a student’s ability to graduate on time as well as financial aid benefits. Please encourage students to speak with their academic dean, AccessAbility Services counselor, and with someone in Financial Aid before withdrawing.
- Students with disabilities may be eligible to maintain full-time status with a reduced course load. Refer students to AccessAbility Services for information.