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Documentation Requirements

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is committed to supporting students with disabilities. Students with a disability are encouraged to arrange a confidential discussion by contacting the SAS office, calling 910-362-7017 , or emailing sas@cfcc.edu .

To qualify for services, students must self-disclose and provide up-to-date documentation of their disability. The documentation must include a diagnostic statement, diagnostic tools/methodology used to evaluate the condition, and current treatment. The information must also document the functional impact of the disability, include recommendations for accommodations and state the credentials of the diagnosing professional.

To document a Learning Disability, a full diagnostic report that includes all standard test scores, subtest scores, and the evaluator’s narrative is necessary. The evaluation tool should be designed for adults rather than for children.

An Individual Educational Plan (IEP) / 504 Plan from a public school may help establish a history of accommodations. However, it may not be adequate on its own to document a disability.

Please print out the following disability verification form and sign the release at the top. Your doctor will fill out the rest and return it to us:

Disability Verification PDF

Once adequate documentation has been submitted to SAS, the student will be required to meet with a SAS staff member to complete the registration process.  Students should  contact a SAS staff member  in order to schedule the required Intake Meeting.

Additional questions regarding appropriate documentation requirements should be directed to a SAS staff member .

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