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Documentation Guidelines

Disability Documentation Guidelines


In order to receive disability-related accommodations and services, students with disabilities must provide the Disability Services Office on the Utica Campus (or the Student Services Office on the Rome Campus) with current professional documentation that clearly supports all requests for accommodations. This information will be kept confidential, shared only as provider restrictions and student wishes permit. 


The following information is required:

1. The “name” and a complete description of the disability, including whether it is permanent or temporary and whether the individual’s condition is improving, stable, inconsistent, or deteriorating;

2. The effect the disability is likely to have on the student’s studies, attendance, and
participation as a college student. This should include a description of the functional limitations and deficits resulting from the disability, as well as those resulting from any medications or procedures that are required to treat the disability. Any activities the student should or must avoid should also be described;

3. Suggestions for services and accommodations the student may require.


Documentation can be copies of existing materials or a signed, dated letter on letterhead from an appropriately credentialed professional who has worked with the individual in dealing with the disability.

For students who received special education services in high school, the most recent IEP and psychological (or psycho-educational) evaluation are required.

For mental health disabilities, information must come from a psychologist, psychiatrist, or licensed mental health professional.

For physical disabilities, information should be from the treating physician or other medical professional directly involved in the student’s disability-related care.

For learning disabilities that were diagnosed post-high school, results of the most recent diagnostic testing or psychological evaluation are required.


 

Documentation for Utica Students may be mailed or faxed to:Documentation for Rome Students may be mailed or faxed to:

Mohawk Valley Community College

1101 Sherman Drive

Utica, NY 13501

 

Mohawk Valley Community College

1101 Floyd Ave

Rome, NY 13440

 

Fax: (315)731-5868

Phone: (315) 792-5644

Fax: (315) 334-7726

Phone: (315) 334-7744


 

 

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ADA/504 Coordinator
Tamara Mariotti, Coordinator of Disability Services
315-731-5702
tmariotti@mvcc.edu

Utica Campus
Disability Services Office
Payne Hall Room 104H
315-792-5644


Learning Disabilities:
Kaitlin Regan, Transition Support Specialist
315-792-5413
kregan@mvcc.edu


Other Disabilities:
Tamara Mariotti, Coordinator of Disability Services
315-731-5702
tmariotti@mvcc.edu


Testing Accommodations:
John Burns, Interim Accommodations Specialist
315-792-5644
jburns@mvcc.edu


Rome Campus
Student Services Office
Plumley Complex A30
315-334-7709


Josalyn DeJesus, Disability Services Specialist
315- 334-7744
jdejesus@mvcc.edu


Jenny Spinelli
315-334-7703
jspinelli@mvcc.edu