Princeton University is committed to providing students with disabilities equal access to its educational opportunities and programs. Princeton’s Policy on Disability and Accessibility is implemented in the context of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability. The term “disability” may include learning, physical, sensory, psychological, medical, and certain temporary disabilities. The University provides students with reasonable accommodations in accordance with the ADA/Section 504 and applicable state law. Students with disabilities may request academic accommodations; housing and dining accommodations; modifications to University policies, rules, and regulations; environmental adjustments such as the removal of architectural, communication, or transportation barriers; and auxiliary aids and services. For information on services and requirements, visit the ODS website at http://ods.princeton.edu/.
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Current Accommodation Requests
Please explain below the category of accommodation request, the nature of the accommodation request and your rationale for the need for each accommodation that you wish to request. After entering your first request, you will be prompted to provide the same information for each additional request.
Certification and Permission
Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the Office of Disability Services (ODS) may share information and communicate with appropriate University personnel on a need-to-know basis in order to facilitate the process of determining accommodation eligibility and/or implementation. In addition, the Office of Disability Services’ evaluation may include review of your documentation by an external consultant engaged by the University. In limited circumstances, specific information may be required to be disclosed in order to protect individuals in an emergency or to comply with law and/or University policies and procedures. The information on this form may be used in aggregate form for reporting purposes.
I understand the Office of Disability Services is not a “confidential resource” (as defined in the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy) and may be required to report to appropriate University personnel situations in which a student expresses intent to harm self or others, and where a student discloses sexual harassment, assault or related violence.
I understand that my accommodation request(s) cannot be considered until appropriate documentation is submitted. I understand Princeton’s use of the information on this form as stated above. If I responded affirmatively above, I am giving permission for my treating professional to be contacted, if necessary, to determine accommodation eligibility. I understand that ODS is not a confidential resource.
By clicking submit, I acknowledge that I am the individual stated in the application and the information provided is true, accurate and complete.