A: The university does not provide assessments. Email Dr. Loren O'Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a list of referrals for evaluations.
A: It is possible to have some or similar accommodations, but it is not guaranteed. K-12 accommodations were provided under the legislative act, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). In higher education, disability accommodations are provided under Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)/Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act of 2008 (ADAA). Existing legislation provides equal access to education for students with disabilities. Accommodations help to compensate for limiting functions of a disability. This allows the student with a disability to compete equally among his or her peers.
A: The student needs to present professional documentation of a disability. See our documentation guidelines. All accommodations and services are determined by The Office of Disability Services and are determined on an individual basis.
A: The Office of Disability Services will contact the student, professors, academic advisor, Campus Director, and the Director of Virtual Learning Administration to notify about the Student's approved accommodations.
A: If you think you have a learning disability, psychological disorder, medical, physical, or other issues that are limiting you from performing at your best in the university, please make an appointment by contacting The Office of Disability Services to discuss options.
A: Each student is assessed on an individual basis. Accommodations pending on each student's needs. Examples of accommodations and services Brandman University provides to students who are registered with The Office of Disability Services:
A: Documentation guidelines explain the guidelines for all disability documentation.
A: Have all disability documentation available for the conference call. Documentation will be reviewed during the call.