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I am required to explain my disability when my professor asks me about it.CorrectIncorrect
If requiring accommodation, I need to provide to Accessibility Services the necessary documentation verifying my hearing loss or other disability.CorrectIncorrect
Accessibility services will disclose my disability on my behalf to the department
– Accessibility Services issues a letter of accommodation summarizing your accommodations which you would share with your instructors. Instructors may require further information from you or Accessibility Services. If so, an Advisor may share relevant information to the extent necessary to ensure the provision of services, but does not disclose your diagnosed condition.CorrectIncorrect
If a new situation arises that is not disability-related, it is still possible to be accommodated by Accessibility Services
– Accessibility Services accommodates for a disability or medical condition and could look at new information for additional accommodations. The information needs to be related to a disability or medical condition. If the information is not disability-related, you should contact your Faculty advising office.CorrectIncorrect
I need to share as much information as possible with my instructors.
– You are required to provide your instructors your letter of accommodation from Accessibility Services and to discuss any implementation issues with them. You are not required to disclose your diagnosis.CorrectIncorrect
Disclosure is a personal decision and is often situational.
– You are not required to disclose the nature of your disability, but there may be situations in which you are comfortable in sharing that information. It is your decision whether you would disclose the information, when and to whom.CorrectIncorrect
Academic standards may be revised for students with disabilities.
Students’ accommodations do not remove the need for evaluation or the need to meet essential learning outcomes.CorrectIncorrect
If an instructor asks about my disability, an Accessibility Services advisor will talk about the difficulties but not about the diagnosis.
– Your Accessibility Services advisor will provide your instructor information regarding the approved accommodations or the functional impact of your condition requiring the accommodation. Your advisor will not disclose your actual diagnosis.CorrectIncorrect
When professors ask me detailed questions about my disability and accommodations, I can refer them to my advisor in Accessibility Services.
– If needed, your advisor can talk with your instructors. Your advisor is a resource to you and instructors about accommodations.CorrectIncorrect
I can ask for exam accommodations up to a week before the exam even if not registered with Access and Diversity.
– You must be registered with Accessibility Services and allow sufficient time for your accommodations to be implemented. You should register as early in the term as possible and ideally no later than the middle of the term.CorrectIncorrect