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Forms and Resources

OAS Disability Documentation Forms

OAS Forms

  •  Alternate Testing Accommodation Requests
    OAS students with testing accommodations: You will need to log into the Accommodate portal to submit a request for testing accommodations. Please make sure your professors have received your Letters of Accommodations prior to requesting testing accommodations.
    Faculty members: You will also need to log into the Accommodate Symplicity portal to book, approve, and upload the exam with directions as needed. 
  • Alternate Format Requests
    OAS students with audio or alternate format text accommodations: Requests for audio texts will be processed once this form has been submitted and after the OAS has received a copy of purchased or rental book receipt(s). 
  • Accessible Housing Application
    OAS students with housing accommodations: Please complete the Accessible Housing Application through your Accommodate Portal. Once you are approved for Housing Accommodations, this form will automatically pop up for you to complete: Please note that this application needs to be submitted before each academic year, as housing accommodations do not roll over.

Please note: The Office of Housing and Residential Life assigns housing placements in alignment with your approved accommodation(s). 

  • Disability Related Absence Overview Form Agreement
    OAS students with a Disability Related Absence Accommodation_Overview Form Agreement: Use this form as a guide to discuss parameters regarding absences. 
  • Release Form
    OAS students: Please submit this form in order to grant the OAS permission to disclose limited information about you to an outside party.

National Accessibility Resources

  • ABILITY Jobs
    ABILITY Jobs is an employment website for job seekers with disabilities. This site provides a place where people with disabilities can seek employment, and be evaluated solely on their skills and experience. Posting your resume or searching job postings are free.
  • AbilityLinks
    AbilityLinks is a nationwide, web-based community where qualified job seekers with disabilities and inclusive employers meet and gain access to valuable networking opportunities. AbilityLinks provides job seekers with a platform for voluntary self-disclosure of disability and employers with an opportunity to identify qualified candidates with disabilities.
  • ADA National Network
    The ADA National Network provides information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), tailored to meet the needs of business, government and individuals at local, regional and national levels. The ADA National Network is a helpful resource supporting the ADA's mission.
    AHEAD is a professional association committed to full participation of persons with disabilities in postsecondary education.
  • American Association of People with Disabilities
    The AAPD is a national disability rights organization, promoting equal opportunity, economic power, independent living, and political participation for people with disabilities.
  • American Diabetes Association: Post-Secondary Education
    Links to some of the Association's key resources to help ensure that college students with diabetes understand their rights and are treated fairly.
  • Easter Seals
    Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for nearly 100 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Seals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals.
  • College Resources for Visually Impaired Students
    This page hosts a collection of resources designed to help visually impaired students transition into higher education and achieve success in the college classroom once enrolled. Along with a look at who to talk to on campus and what services and tools students can access, we provide a list of scholarships specifically for students with visual impairments.
  • is the federal government website for comprehensive information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide. The site links to more than 14,000 resources from federal, state and local government agencies; academic institutions; and nonprofit organizations.
  • Guide to Visual Disabilities in College
    Obtaining a college education is no easy task, but for students with visual disabilities, the path to completing a degree program is lined with unique challenges and barriers. This guide explores how visual impairments impact the educational experience, what colleges are doing for the visually impaired, and includes numerous resources, as well insight and tips from experts and a list of scholarships and grants.
  • Job Accommodation Network
    JAN is a free consulting service which provides comprehensive, confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.
  • Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities
    This informative pamphlet is provided by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the U. S. Department of Education, in order to explain the rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities who are preparing to attend postsecondary schools and to assist with transitioning.