Students with documented long-term or permanent disabilities or serious medical conditions
may request housing accommodations through Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). To be eligible for housing accommodations the student must have a disability and
the disability must necessitate adjustments to the living environment. Your healthcare
provider should complete the Housing Accommodation Request Form available through Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). Services for Students
with Disabilities is the designated entity on campus to review all disability documentation
as it relates to housing, in consultation with Decker Health Services personnel when
necessary. Students requesting disability related housing accommodations should go
through the standard Residential Life housing application and sign-up processes. Residential Life will make every effort to accommodate approved housing requests
for students; however, some accommodations may be limited by housing availability.
Early contact with Residential Life and SSD is critical in order to fairly assess
your needs and identify reasonable housing accommodation availability. For more information
please go to: Services for Students with Disabilities. Students with disabilities approved for single rooms or medical single rooms as
housing accommodations are not charged a higher residence hall room rate solely because
of the need for the accommodation.