Requirements for Documentation of Disabilities

In order to verify eligibility for service and to fully evaluate requests for accommodations or auxiliary aids, Seattle University requires documentation from a qualified diagnostician that establishes the nature of the disability, that provides evaluative data supporting the current need for accommodations, and that may list recommended services. If the data provided is insufficient to support an accommodation request, further information may be required. Cost and responsibility for providing the evaluation are borne by the student. Seattle University recognizes that the specific elements and format of evaluations will vary. 

Documentation must include:

Requirements of the Seattle University Law School may differ. Contact the Law School directly for the policies and procedures.

For more information on documentation:

For Additional Assistance:

  • Call us 206-296-5740
  • Email us
  • Join us in the Zoom Disability Services Virtual Lobby (between 9am-3pm Mon-Fri)
  • Visit us at our Disability Services Office at Loyola 100 (open Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm, except holidays)

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