You can request services from Disability Support Services (DSS) as soon as you are admitted to Seton Hall University or, if you are already enrolled in classes, as soon as you are diagnosed with a disability. While we recommend starting this process before the beginning of the semester, you may request assistance at any time during the year. Please note, however, that accommodations are effective beginning on the date the professor is notified via the accommodation letter; accommodations are not retroactive.
To request disability support services you will need to do the following:
- Email email@example.com to identify that you are interested in seeking out services.
- We will ask you to then complete a self-identification form. Our systems are changing, so we’ll have a new form for you to use in early July! If you are currently taking summer classes, please let us know that when you reach out!
- Provide comprehensive information from a licensed professional who can document your disability. You can upload this information directly to your Self-ID form, which is preferred. Alternatively, you can send these items by email, mail, or FAX. See the section below for the documentation guidelines specific to your disability.
Materials are reviewed by DSS staff in the order in which they are received. The review process may take 2-3 weeks. When the review process is complete, you will receive an e-mail from the DSS office and requesting that you schedule an intake appointment if eligible for services. Please be advised that in order to complete the registration process and receive academic accommodations, you must meet with a DSS administrator for an intake appointment.
Please refer to other pages of the DSS website for more information on: