New Students

Checklist for Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is the program responsible for determining and providing appropriate academic accommodations for students with disabilities. In order to determine a student's eligibility and to provide services, the following steps are recommended:

    • Apply for Student Accessibility Services. New students must fill out a New Student Application Survey and provide documentation at least two weeks before the accommodations are needed. A SAS staff member will contact you for an intake appointment.
    • For your intake appointment, please provide:
      • Most recent Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan.
      • Current psycho-educational report and/or medical verification of disability provided by a licensed professional.
      • A letter of diagnosis and recommended accommodations from a TimelyCare counselor.
      • A letter of current enrollment in a substance use support program.

Make An Appointment

  • Make an appointment to meet with a Student Accessibility Specialist:
      • You can make an appointment for yourself on Cranium Café.
      • You can make an appointment by contacting a SAS staff member by phone or email.
      • You can make an appointment by coming to the High-Tech Lab, Room E106.
  • Complete intake procedures.
  • Build an Academic Accommodation Plan.


Instant message or video chat with a staff member on Cranium Café

student accessibility services
  • Kellie Greiner
    Kellie Greiner
    Student Accessibility Services Director
  • Dr. Beth Marinelli-Laster
    Dr. Beth Marinelli-Laster
    Learning Disability Specialist