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Register with Disability Resource Center (DRC)
Visit our office in Edgewater Hall, Room 255 or download the following forms:
Release of Information Form
Clayton State Documentation Guidelines
Confidential Disability Report
Submit completed forms and appropriate documentation to the Disability Resource Center. All documentation must meet the Clayton State documentation criteria and must come from an appropriate licensed professional who is qualified to make the diagnosis.
Determination of Qualifying Disability
Review of Intake Form, Release of Information Form and disability documentation will begin once
the completed forms
disability documentation have been received by the DRC. (Review is typically completed within approximately five to seven business days.)
Students will be notified of whether their documentation meets CSU criteria after a determination has been made.
If disability documentation does not meet the criteria, the student will be informed of the specific additional information that must be obtained and submitted.
It is the responsibility of the student to contact the medical professional, obtain any required additional information and assure that it is received by the DRC.
If submitted documentation meets the stated criteria, students will be notified and invited to schedule an
with a department professional.
The Intake Appointment
, generally lasting about one hour, documentation, appropriate reasonable accommodations and services will be addressed and other necessary forms will be completed. Policies and procedures will be explained and provided to the student in writing. Other appropriate university and community resources may also be presented. Students are eligible to receive services and accommodations after completing the intake process.
Please note that accommodations are not retroactive.
Semester Accommodations Appointments with DRC Professionals
Once eligible for accommodations, students must schedule a brief
at the beginning of every semester enrolled.
for professors will be provided to students during these appointments.
DRC professionals will review the students’ records, verify contact information, address important upcoming dates and/or relate helpful information. Students may also use this time to address problems, ask questions, or request information.
have been received, students should schedule appointments with all their current professors to provide copies of
and to discuss approved accommodations.
The following services are provided for students with disabilities, as appropriate to need and contingent upon staff availability. The DRC office should be contacted for information or appointments.