Benedictine University will make every attempt to provide eligible students with reasonable accommodations based on individual learning needs and recommendations. In order to provide accommodations in a timely manner, the University requires reasonable notice of specific needs and requested accommodations.
Students needing accommodations should first complete the Disability Services Request Form. In addition, documentation of the disability from a licensed clinical professional should also be included. Students should provide these documents to the Coordinator of Special Services to begin the process for receiving accommodations.
When accommodations are approved, students should contact the Coordinator of Special Services to provide them with the Student Academic Accommodations Approval (SAAA) form. This form notifies instructors of the approved accommodations. Each semester students are responsible for obtaining their SAAA forms from the Coordinator.
All inquiries about referrals to clinical professional who administer testing, modifications to accommodations, and temporary accommodations, should be directed to the Coordinator of Special Services in the Student Success Center.
Please read the Benedictine University Accommodations Policy on obtaining services for complete details.