Location: 123 Row Hall
The Office of Accessibility Services at the University of West Georgia is committed to providing access to campus resources and opportunities to allow students with disabilities to obtain a quality educational experience.
Disabilities may be temporary or permanent and are categorized into three areas: physical, psychological, and learning disorders. If you have been diagnosed with any of the following disabilities you are eligible for accommodations. If you suspect a learning or psychological disability but have never been diagnosed please make an appointment with an Accessibility Counselor to discuss a possible referral.
Step 1: Download the appropriate form for documentation guidelines:
Be certain your documentation is complete and signed by the appropriate professional (psychiatrist, medical doctor, or psychologist, depending on your disability).
You may e-mail your documentation to email@example.com, fax to (678)839-6429, or mail or bring in person to the Counseling Center in 123 Row Hall.
Step 2: Make an appointment with an Accessibility Counselor. It is best to send your documentation prior to your appointment. However, you may also bring it with you to your appointment.
You may make an appointment by calling (678)839-6428 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: Attend your appointment with your Accessibility Counselor. Click here to learn more about what will happen during this appointment.
Step 4: E-mail your Student Accommodation Report (SAR) to your instructors and others as needed. Click here for full instructions on how to request and present your SAR as well as utilize your accommodations. You may also click here for additional tips concerning your SAR.
Step 5: Follow-up with your Accessibility Counselor as needed when you have questions or concerns.
All entitlements to accommodations are based on documentation and the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents Standards.
The following is a list of possible services and accommodations you may qualify for based on your disability and individual needs: