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Student Referral and the Role of OSA

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Students are encouraged to self-disclose their need for accommodations to OSA as soon as a need for an accommodation is evident. You are not required or expected to accommodate a disability about which you are not informed or made aware. If you encounter a student who discloses that they have a disability, you should inquire whether they are registered with the Office for Student Accessibility; and if not, you should encourage them to do so. You should not seek to make accommodation arrangements on your own. If a student requests a disability-related accommodation for which you have not been notified of, please refer him or her immediately to OSA, and document your referral in your records. It is both the responsibility of the student and the faculty member to engage in a good-faith interaction, along with the OSA Office, in order to cooperate for development of a reasonable accommodation.

 

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