Services and accommodations are available at no cost to all
eligible Northern Arizona University students. In order to be eligible for
services or accommodations through Disability Resources, you must:
- be admitted to Northern Arizona University and
be enrolled for the semester for which you are requesting services or
- have a disability that substantially limits one
or more major life activity, that includes but is not limited to walking,
talking, learning, hearing, or seeing
- have and provide current and appropriate
documentation of such a disability from a properly credentialed professional
- ensure you are registered with Disability
Resources at the beginning of each semester to avoid any delay in your services
For specific eligibility criteria, please refer to our documentation guidance.
Evaluation of eligibility
Within four weeks of receiving your documentation, a letter
will be mailed to you regarding your eligibility status with further
Considering the length of time it may take to complete an
interactive interview, and the documentation, you are strongly encouraged to request
accommodations as early as possible prior to attending Northern Arizona
University to ensure they are available the first day of the semester.
As a service to prospective Northern Arizona University
students, Disability Resources will review disability related documentation
regardless of a prospective student’s admission status.
All information submitted to Northern Arizona University’s
Disability Resources becomes part of a student’s “educational record” as
defined by the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
The information contained from your interview and in the
documentation will be used to determine eligibility. Appropriate
accommodations will be based upon your disability and individual needs.