First Year Student Information

First Year Students

The transition from Secondary (high school) to Post Secondary (college) education provides the opportunity for students to advocate for themselves and their needs. By providing the required documentation to the Center for Student Success as soon as possible, accommodations can be implemented as close to move-in/first day of classes as possible.

Students will start the process via a request and/or scheduling an intake meeting. Appropriate and reasonable accommodations will be determined based on the required documentation submitted to the Center for Student Success. All requested accommodations must be consistent with the data contained in the required documentation. Processing documentation can take up to 2 weeks. 

The Center for Student Success will not be informed automatically of any conditions you disclose to the following offices: Health Services, Counseling and Wellness Services, or Admissions. When a condition requires accommodations, including academic, housing and/or dining, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the Center for Student Success. All information and documentation received by the Center for Student Success relating to disability status and accommodations requests will be treated with respect to privacy.

It is important to note that not all accommodations will transfer from one setting to the next.