Wilson College is committed to serving all students with disabilities in all aspects of their college life. Occasionally, a student─due to a medical or psychological (permanent or temporary) disability─may need a reasonable housing accommodation.
A student seeking reasonable housing accommodations must qualify as a student with a disability in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008.
Wilson College recognizes the importance of providing accommodations in its housing policies and practices when necessary for individuals to use and enjoy college housing. The accessibility services coordinator is responsible for evaluating whether to grant or deny requests for accommodations in college housing. In evaluating the request, the accessibility services coordinator will consult with the director of residence life and the director of counseling, as necessary, to determine whether the requested accommodation is necessary and reasonable. Individuals with a disability who live in college housing who believe they need a disability-related accommodation must complete an Accommodation Request Form.