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Disability Services

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.

Accessible Housing

Students may request accessible housing (either a single or double occupancy room) due to a medical condition or disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). To make such a request, degree-seeking students must register with Disability Services. Documentation will be reviewed by appropriate University personnel (including but not limited to: a Health Services professional, a counselor at the Counseling Center, or the coordinator for Disability Services). In conjunction with Residence Life staff, a decision will be made to provide or not to provide the requested space. While all attempts are made to honor approved requests for medical/ADA singles, they are subject to space availability.

The above process is in place to ensure fairness in determining approval for room assignments and room accommodations as deemed appropriate, considering individual case-by-case situations. Students seeking accessible housing are encouraged to do so by mid-June, as room assignments are finalized by early July. Regardless of a desire to reside in accessible housing, students with disabilities, which impede life activities should plan to register with Disability Services.

*Housing residents with family members/friends who need accommodations while visiting UWGB housing facilities should contact the Office of Residence Life at 920.465.2040 or >

Documentation Criteria

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 At this meeting, the Disability Services' policies regarding documentation and provision of services will be shared.