If you are currently enrolled/accepted at CWU, or intend to enroll, you can register with Disability Services.
Documentation describes the disability and its impact on your academic experiences
Once an application form has been reviewed, including complete documentation, a DS consultant will follow-up to schedule an one-on-one conversation. Together, we will identify barriers by discussing your disability experience and educational history. We will partner to identify strategies, including accommodations, that can eliminate disability-related barriers.
Each quarter, students are responsible for making accommodations requests in a timely manner. During the initial meeting, students will learn how to request accommodations using Disability Services Portal.
|Wendy Holden -- Director of Disability Servicesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Josh Jones -- Disability Services Consultantemail@example.com|
Hogue Hall 126
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