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Welcome to the Online Application for Disability Services. If you have an immediate need to access campus for a visit or orientation, please contact the DS office directly.
This Application is intended for currently admitted QVCC students who are first-time registrants with the DS office and who wish to arrange an intake meeting to discuss accommodations for school. Please complete all applicable items on the form and submit any supporting medical documentation regarding your disability so that we may best understand your needs. If you have previously requested accommodations through this form, and want to view your request and associated materials, you should log into QVCC's Accommodate Portal.
If you do not enter all the *required information, the form will not be submitted successfully. Check for the "Successfully Submitted" response.
After completing this Application you will receive an email instructing you to schedule an intake meeting to discuss your request. When scheduling your meeting, please indicate if you will require any accommodations for the meeting, such as interpreters or large print. DS engages in an interactive process with each student and reviews requests for accommodations based on an individual's particular situation and needs.
Please enter your 8-digit student ID number (e.g. 01234567)
Please use your university issued email address
Specific Accommodation Information
While you are a vital source of information, DS may request you provide information from other sources in order to establish a disability and the impact it has on learning in a postsecondary environment. If you have documentation regarding your disability, please upload it now. If not, you will be able to upload your documentation later. You may also email documents to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or mail them to the College.If you have questions about what type of documentation is needed, please visit our webpage and view the procedures.
Upload supporting document(s)
States a specific diagnosis from a physician/clinician or is contained in a psycho-educational testing report Is comprehensive (identifies diagnostic procedures and results) Describes the current functional impacts including how the learning process and what academic tasks may be substantially limited Is recent (ideally within the last 3 years for learning and 1 year for medical or psychiatric) Includes recommendations for accommodations Has been prepared by a properly credentialed professional who has no personal relationship with the student
Documentation will be reviewed with the DS Office on an individual case-by-case basis Accommodations will be determined through an ongoing interactive process Documentation by itself does not guarantee specific accommodations Additional documentation may be required IEPs and 504 Plans are useful but may not sufficient without additional documentation