Good-to-Go Documentation Checker

Is your documentation Good-to-Go?

In order for us to accept your documentation of disability, it must contain these elements:

  1. If documentation has been generated by a physician who is qualified to comment on your disability, then you are good to go! If not, you will need to find a physician or other medical/educational professional who would be able to discuss how your disability would impact you within an academic setting. For example, a psychologist would not be qualified to diagnose an eye disorder/condition.
  2. If documentation by your qualified professional or evaluation forms (IEP, 504, etc.) is on letterhead or the school/district name is identifiable, then you are good to go! If not, please ask those individuals to place those documents on appropriate letterhead.
  3. If your documentation has a diagnosis of disability that limits a major life activity, then you are good to go! If not, you will need to get your physician or other educational/medical professional to provide this information.
  4.  If your documentation clearly demonstrates the impact of your disability within the academic environment, you are good to go! If not, you will need to get your physician of educational/medical professional to provide this information.
  5. If your documentation includes a list of reasonable, appropriate accommodations that will lessen the impact of the disability within the academic setting, then you are good to go! If not, you will need to get your physician or educational/medical professional to provide this information.

Once you have documentation that includes all 5 elements, YOU ARE GOOD TO GO!