How to Apply
Federal regulations require that the Disability Services Office have on file documentation of disability and eligibility for services before any services are provided.
Documentation of Disability
To receive academic accommodations, students must provide documentation of disability from a qualifying professional. The documentation must include diagnosis of disability, the severity of the disability and how it impacts the student in an educational setting.
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Health, Systemic and Mobility-Related Disability
- Learning Disability
- Low Vision and Blindness
- Pervasive Developmental Disorders
- Psychiatric Disability
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Temporary Impairment
Appointment with Disability Services Coordinator
To be determined if reasonable accommodations are needed, students must schedule an appointment with the DS Coordinator. At this meeting, you will be asked to share your disability records along with your history of disability accommodations, how your disability impacts you and accommodations requesting at UW-Green Bay. To schedule an appointment, you can call 920-465-2841 or email email@example.com. At this meeting, the Disability Services' policies regarding documentation and provision of services will be shared.