No, it will not. Services received during K-12 are covered under different legislation than those received during college. A 504 plan is useful in terms of highlighting what has been helpful to a student in the past, but the range of accommodations and services available in college may differ.
We would be happy to meet with you during your tour of campus. Please coordinate this request through the Admissions Visitors Center so they can integrate your visit with the rest of your campus tour.
Disclosing your disability during the admission process is voluntary and is a separate process from requesting accommodations. The University of Iowa will not discriminate against you due to your status as a disabled individual. If you are applying under the Individual Review Process and you believe that your disability is related to your Regents Admission Index score it might be helpful to include this information in your personal statement.
No. You must self-identify as an individual with a disability to receive services from our office. Each semester you must initiate contact with our office to complete your accommodations form for each class and you must then present the form to the instructor to obtain accommodations.
If you would like them to be. A Consent to Release Info form is available at our office which would allow us to speak with your parents about your accommodations and to be able to respond to specific questions they may have.
Our documentation guidelines are public. The documentation of your condition must be current and specific. If you are having testing done for use in requesting accommodations at the University of Iowa, please refer the assessor to this resource. Once we receive your documentation and Request for Services and Documentation Review Form (RSDR), we will review your materials and provide a determination of eligibility.
You are responsible. We have made arrangements for lower cost assessment batteries for Learning Disabilities, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Psychological Disabilities at several clinics here on campus.
No. Documentation review decisions are made independently at different institutions.
Please submit any accommodation change request in writing to email@example.com.
You need to complete an accommodation form for each class for which you use accommodations for every semester of enrollment. Therefore, you will need to make an appointment at the beginning of each semester with SDS by calling 319-335-1462.
No. It is your decision whether or not to inform each professor about your accommodations through the accommodation form. The form is limited to discussing the accommodations for which you are qualified and does not contain information regarding your specific condition.
Through the Contracts and Assignments Office of Housing.
Tutoring is not an academic accommodation at the college level. There are tutor referral sources on campus for use by all students. Tutoring is provided for a fee. It may also be possible to obtain tutoring at your residence hall.
That is your choice. For example, if reading is difficult for you, it might be helpful to tell your academic advisor about this so they avoid suggesting a number of reading intensive courses during the same semester.
Services for students who are temporarily disabled are available. The application process is the same. If, for example, you injured your dominant hand, we may work to find an assigned note-taker for your classes.