Change or modification that enable a student with a disability to enjoy equal opportunity and/or access to college facilities, programs, and activities, provided fundamental alteration would not result from the modification.
Reasonable accommodations are required for students with known disabilities. Southwestern is not required to provide “best” or “most desired” accommodation but rather a reasonable accommodation sufficient to meet accessibility needs. Division director or higher administrative staff must prepare a written explanation and consult with the DSS Director before denying a students request for accommodations.
Please complete the form on the reverse side to identify yourself if you have a disability or a chronic illness which might warrant accommodations while you are attending Southwestern Oregon Community College. The College is firmly committed to providing reasonable accommodations to those with properly documented special needs to ensure equal access to all programs.
If you have a learning disability, a visual, hearing or mobility impairment, a physical or mental illness or an invisible condition such as an eating disorder or allergies, you are encouraged to complete this form. Whether or not you are eligible for an accommodation, your completion of this form will assist the College in responding to your needs.
If you are requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and/or section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; you must provide documentation of the existence of a disability which substantially limits a major life activity. Please note the following criteria: