Students with disabilities and/or medical/mental health conditions interested in attending Illinois State University must provide Student Access and Accommodation Services with the appropriate documentation to receive accommodations and services.
The following are descriptions of the type of documentation required to use the services of Student Access and Accommodation Services.
The student must provide documentation from a professional who has undergone comprehensive training and has relevant experience in differential diagnosis of a full range of cognitive and psychiatric disabilities (e.g., a licensed clinical psychologist and/or neuropsychologist).
A comprehensive assessment battery (not to be limited to an individualized education plan or 504 plan) and the resulting diagnostic report must contain the following items:
The report must state:
If a student has received special education services through their local school district, the most recent Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Multidisciplinary Conference Summary (MDC) should also be supplied.
Students requesting accommodations on the basis of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) must provide documentation by a professional who has undergone comprehensive training and has relevant experience in differential diagnosis and the full range of psychiatric disorders (e.g., a licensed clinical psychologist, neuropsychologist, psychiatrist, or other relevantly trained specialist). The documentation must include:
To receive services one must provide:
Recent audiological documentation from a certified audiologist that includes:
The student must provide a copy of the following information as applies to the disability and/or medical condition on the letterhead of the individual's licensed health care provider with that provider's signature on the report:
The student must provide the following components on the letterhead of the individual's licensed mental health care provider with that provider's signature on the report.
The student must provide documentation from their health care provider with the provider’s signature on the report.
Documentation must include: