To receive accommodations for your disability, you must present documentation (at your expense) from a licensed or certified professional to the Director of Student Disability Services. This documentation is used as a guide to develop an appropriate and supportive plan for your time at Rhodes, and should be current within three years. Exceptions may be made and are dependent upon individual circumstances and the nature of the disability.
It is in your best interest to be sure that your documentation is current and addresses the impact of your disability on your academic performance. If the documentation is considered outdated or inadequate in scope or content, it may be necessary to update the evaluation report or request clarification or further information.
All medical documentation pertaining to your disability is confidential and will not be released without your written consent, unless required by law.