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Students Renewing Accommodations

This page is for students who are already registered with the Accessibility Services Center for accommodations. If you are a student who has not yet registered for accommodations, or a prospective student to Stetson University seeking more information please visit our page for students needing accommodations for more information about our office and the registration process. 

If you can't find the information you need within these sections of our website, please contact us at (386) 822-7127 or [email protected].

Rights and Responsibilities

  • Equal access to all educational opportunities available to the student body (e.g. courses, programs, activities, services, jobs and facilities).
  • Reasonable accommodations based on documentation, barriers, academic program and evaluator's recommendations.
  • Appropriate confidentiality regarding your disability.
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  • Meet the university's qualifications and maintain the essential standards for programs, courses, services and activities.
  • Disclose information related to your disability to the Accessibility Services Center in a timely manner for the purpose of accommodations, preferably before the start of each semester or within two weeks of the start of each semester.
  • Provide appropriate documentation to Accessibility Services. (The documentation must verify the disability and its current impact on learning).
  • Follow specific policies and procedures for obtaining reasonable and appropriate accommodations, academic adjustments and/or auxiliary aids as established by Accessibility Services. (Failure to provide adequate notice of the need for separate testing conditions and/or assistance, for example, may result in accommodations that are not provided to the fullest measure).
  • Initiate all services and maintain contact with Accessibility Services staff and university faculty.
  • Provide feedback to Accessibility Services regarding its operation.

  • Uphold the university's academic standards.
  • Identify and establish appropriate and reasonable accommodations based on current disability documentation completed by a qualified professional and in consultation with the student.
  • Deny a request for accommodations, auxiliary aids/services and/or academic adjustments if:
    • a. The student fails to provide appropriate documentation
    • b. The documentation does not warrant the services requested
    • c. It substantially alters an essential element of a course, program or activity of the university, or
    • d. It poses a threat to the health and safety of others.
  • Receive verification of a documented disability from Accessibility Services that states the recommended accommodations, not necessarily the specific disability.
  • Establish the learning outcomes that are fundamental to their courses/academic programs and evaluate students on this basis.
  • Contact Accessibility Services to discuss the appropriateness of accommodations.

  • Recommend reasonable accommodations for students with appropriately documented disabilities in a timely manner upon request.
  • Maintain appropriate confidentiality of records and communication concerning students.
  • Provide information on university policies and procedures to students and ensure its availability in accessible formats upon request.
  • Make appropriate referrals to on-campus services, as well as community agencies.
  • Maintain the same standards for students with disabilities as for students without disabilities.
  • Arrange for and provide reasonable accommodations upon request.