The services offered by the College have been designed to meet a broad range of needs and are based on the nature of an individual's specific diagnosis and functional limitations. Based on the professional documentation, an interactive process with the student, and an individualized assessment, accommodations are available when reasonable an applicable. The Office of Accessibility Services determines reasonable accommodations and has the right to implement effective alternatives to suggested accommodations.
The Office of Accessibility Services will provide referral information about assessment, rehabilitation, and other support services in the local area when possible. It is the responsibility of the student to make financial and transportation arrangements when using any service not affiliated with the College.
If documentation submitted is not current, students may need to be re-evaluated. Thanks to a generous donation made by a Holy Cross alumnus and his family, limited funds can be made available to students with demonstrated need.
Once appropriate documentation is received, please allow at least 2 weeks for the review process and determination which involves review of the documentation, along with an interactive process consisting of conversations with the requesting student, and often interactions with the treatment providers or evaluators who have written the uploaded documentation.