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Wilson College makes every effort to meet the needs of students with documented disabilities and/or learning differences. Requests for residential housing accommodations can be made by completing the Housing Accommodation Request. This includes requests due to medical conditions, psychological conditions or disabilities. Proper medical documentation must be submitted to the Academic Support Center along with the Housing Accommodation Request Form in order to be considered.
Please note: It is the student's responsibility to contact the Academic Support Center to submit copies of relevant documentation. Accommodations cannot be determined or arranged without this paperwork AND an initial conference with the Academic Support Center Director.
Please note that the information on this form and any applicable documentation may be shared with the Academic Support Center Director and/or Assistant Director, as well as the Director of Counseling and/or College Nurse, as is appropriate. If you have questions about accommodations, please contact the Academic Support Center at 717-264-4141 ext. 3349 or via email at email@example.com.
ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED ON THIS FORM IS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
All accommodation requests must be supported by a detailed letter from your health care provider stating why a special housing accommodation is needed. Specifically, documentation MUST contain the following:
*Specific diagnosis and current treatment plan, if the latter is applicable.
*Description of necessary housing arrangements and possible alternatives if recommended accommodations are not available.
*Statement relating how the proposed housing arrangement will benefit the student and impact the diagnosed condition.
This letter must come from a specialist qualified to make this diagnosis; it may not come from a relative of the student; and it must be typed on letterhead and signed (no prescription pad notes will be accepted).