- Identify him/herself to SSD and provide professional verification
of his/her disability. A professionally verified disability is a condition:
....certified by a licensed physician, psychologist, audiologist, speech
pathologist, registered nurse, social worker, rehabilitation counselor,
physical therapist, corrective therapist, learning disability specialist,
or other appropriate professional.
- Meet with the Director and SSD Office Staff
to arrange specific accommodations that will be needed while enrolled
in courses at CSUB.
- If a learning disability is present, current testing and evaluation
results must be provided and a meeting scheduled with SSD Staff
to evaluate documentation and determine eligibility for services and
- Present a list of approved accommodations, as specified by SSD, to
the faculty member(s) in whose class(es) accommodations or support services
will be provided.
- Notify the SSD office when classroom accommodations are needed. This
includes the need for adaptive furniture and/or accessible locations.
- Inform SSD of test dates and times for which authorized accommodations
are needed within the SSD required timelines.
- Notify the Assistant Director of interpreter needs prior
to the start of each quarter.
- Abide by departmental, school, and University policies and academic
regulations, as all students are expected to do.