Documentation Guidelines

Documentation Guidelines


The following guidelines are provided to assist students in identifying the information and documentation needed in order to initiate the process for obtaining reasonable accommodations. OAS engages in the interactive process with students with disabilities and accommodation requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Please note that other schools and/or testing entities may have different criteria for documentation guidelines. The student is responsible for obtaining additional documentation, if needed.

Students who received accommodations in high school are encouraged to submit previous accommodations plans and evaluations, if applicable.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Blindness or Visual Impairment
Deafness or Hard of Hearing
Learning Disability (LD)
Mobility, Systemic, or Chronic Health Condition
Psychiatric Disorder
Temporary Disability


Documentation of Disability Form – Academic Accommodations
Documentation of Disability Form – Housing Accommodations
Documentation of Disability Form – Support Animals
Documentation of Disability Form – Temporary Injuries
Referral List