Stetson University is committed to providing equal access to educational opportunities for all students. In order for the Academic Resources Center (ARC) to provide the most appropriate accommodations, we require detailed documentation for each student registering with our office.
Please be aware that evaluative reports alone do not automatically qualify a student for disability support services. The final determination for providing appropriate and reasonable accommodations rests with Stetson University. Furthermore, accommodations may vary depending on academic programs and/or course content.
Please review the relevant guidelines for submitting documentation:
In addition to these specific guidelines, please consider the following:
- A school plan, such as an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan, may not be sufficient documentation alone, but will be helpful as part of a more comprehensive evaluative report.
- Notes on a doctor's prescription pad are not acceptable.
- Send copies of psycho-educational reports and medical records, as documentation will not be returned.
- Securing appropriate documentation can be a costly and lengthy process. Consider talking with your medical insurance, as they may cover a portion or all of the testing costs. In addition, some teaching hospitals or psychology training sites offer low-fee testing services.