Determining Eligibility

An undergraduate or graduate student is eligible:

  • is otherwise qualified for the program(s)
  • is a person with a disability
  • has identified himself/herself to the college through the Office of Disability Services (ODS), and
  • has presented appropriate documentation regarding the disability to the college as required by ODS (see documentation requirements) and requires accommodation(s).

NOTE: Accommodations are effective after the documentation has been reviewed and approved and the student has completed the ODS registration process. Accommodations are not retroactive. Also, documentation required by ODS may not be sufficient at other universities or testing agencies.


View the Eligibility Checklist. (PDF)

Guidelines for Documentation of a Disability (PDF)



To request an appointment, please complete the Disability Services Request Form.


An Open Letter to Parents of Students with Disabilities About to Enter College - Jane Jarrow, Ph.D., national expert on disabilities


Steps for Current Students

Current/registered students are those who have completed the registration process for the DS office and have received accommodation at Centenary in previous semesters. Students registered with the office must request accommodations each semester.

To request academic accommodations for a new semester, students should:

Complete a Disability Services Request Form and indicate that you are requesting accommodations received in previous semesters. The form will ask you a few additional questions about your current courses.

You will be copied on an email sent to your professors outlining your accommodations.

Contact Info

Ashley Dehart

Coordinator for Academic and Disability Services

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