How do I qualify for Disability Services for Students?
By law, students may qualify for services if they have a disability, which substantially limits one or more major life activities/functions (i.e. learning, speaking, hearing, seeing, etc.). Some, but certainly not all, of the disabilities covered include: AIDS, arthritis, attention deficit disorder, carpal tunnel syndrome, cancer, cardiac diseases, dyslexia, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and psychiatric disabilities, including many forms of depression.
How do I obtain Disability Services for Students?
To obtain services a student must:
- Be accepted for admission at Texas Woman’s University.
- Complete an application packet available through Disability Services for Students.
- Provide documentation of disability.
- Complete an intake interview to determine accommodations.