ensure the provision of reasonable and appropriate accommodation and services, the
student must have a documented disability as defined by state and federal
regulations. The student must provide professional documentation, which meets
the criteria, set forth in Requirements for Documentation of Disabilities.
Documentation may be submitted by a provider on official letterhead or
using the Disabilities Services Disability Verification Form. Documentation may be faxed to Disabilities Services at (206) 296-5747, hand delivered to Disabilities Services (Loyola 100), or mailed to:
Richard Okamoto, Director Disabilities Services Seattle University901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122-1090
Students who received accommodations in high
school or in another college should bring current documentation to be reviewed
are encouraged to discuss the possibility of an undiagnosed disability with the
Director of Disabilities Services and find out how to obtain a professional
assessment. For suggested testing or screening locations, please visit our
Information and Resources Community
information about a student is not given to anyone without the student’s
permission. Click to see the Confidentiality of Disability-Related Records statement.