When a student or applicant with a documented disability is able to perform the essential functions of the academic and program requirements, the University will provide reasonable accommodations to the needs of that individual, unless such accommodations would provide undue hardship to the University. Reasonable accommodations may include, but not be limited to, part-time or modified class schedule, purchase or modification of special equipment or devices. Reasonable accommodation will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Students with medically recognized and documented disabilities and who are in need of accommodation should notify the University of their needs. Students should contact the Office of Disability Services
and provide documentation of their disability to this office.