Students must meet all admission and academic standards and be formally admitted to the University of Oklahoma.
An individual with a disability is defined by the ADA as a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record of such an impairment, or a person who is perceived by others as having such an impairment.
Documentation may be uploaded to the form or sent to the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center via email to email@example.com, via fax to 405-325-4491, or via mail to 730 College Ave, Norman, OK 73019. We recommend documentation be uploaded to the form or sent via email to reduce the likelihood of potential delays in processing.
Student Information- Student's first and last name, date of birth, and (optional) OU student ID Number.
Provider(s) Information - A printed name with credentials, license number, signature, and provider's facility. If documents are taken from patient-side record portals then they are expected to have as much information about the provider as possible. We understand that electronic records may look different than written documentation.
A diagnostic statement identifying the disability - Includes a statement clearly identifying the type of diagnosed disability. The provider should be qualified to diagnose and/or treat the disability for which they are providing documentation.
A description of the current functional limitations - Includes how the disability(ies) currently impacts the individual.
A description of the expected progression or stability of the disability - Includes expected changes to the functional impact (barriers) of the disability over time and context.
A description of current and past accommodations, services, and/or medications - Includes a description of applicable auxiliary aids, assistive devices, support services, accommodations, and any significant side effects from current medications or services that may impact physical, perceptual, behavioral, or cognitive performance.
Recommendations for accommodations, adaptive devices, assistive services, compensatory strategies, and/or collateral support services - Recommended accommodations and strategies should be logically related to functional limitations (barriers); if connections are not obvious, a clear explanation of their relationship is necessary in order to be considered as a potential reasonable accommodation.
Expected length of temporary medical condition
Expected due date
Statement of how disability impacts your housing and required accommodations for equal access.
Priority deadlines are as follows:
Entering the Fall Semester: May 1
Entering the Spring Semester: November 1