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In pursuit of its mission and in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is committed to providing all students with equal access to academic courses, programs, and school activities.
A student seeking accommodation for a disability should reach out to
with all accommodations requests. The student must provide a completed Accommodations Request Form (located on the left navigation bar), plus materials from a healthcare provider who has the credentials to diagnose and treat the condition explaining and documenting the disability, the prognosis, the barriers the student faces given the disability, and suggestions for accommodations that are designed to overcome the barriers without imposing an undue burden on the school and/or fundamentally altering the nature of the service, program, or activity at issue. Once accommodations are put in place, we encourage students to review our document on "How to Make the Most of Your Accommodations."
Accommodations are not retroactive and do not begin until the student has gone through the interactive request process with the ADA Liaison team.
For Pregnancy and Related Conditions accommodation requests, please visit the
Title IX Pregnancy and Related Conditions page.