Belmont College is committed to providing reasonable and effective accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. All Belmont College students requesting disability-related accommodations must register with the Accessibility Office in the Student Services department and provide up-to-date, appropriate, and objective documentation that clearly substantiates a significant functional impairment. A significant functional impairment means that a student’s ability to perform a major life activity is below average compared to other persons of that age.
Diagnostic evaluation reports submitted as documentation must:
The following information/ documentation is not adequate for determining accommodations:
NOTE: An Individualized Education Plan (IEP), 504 Plan, outdated documentation, and evaluations normed on child scales may not provide sufficient documentation. These documents do however serve as an appropriate starting place for discussions about accommodations. A request for additional documentation, as well as further evaluation, may also be discussed to assist in the authorization of accommodations. Submit documentation that meets documentation standards by one of the following methods:
ATTN: Accessibility Services, Nick Wittenbrook
68094 Hammond Road
St. Clairsville, OH 43950