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Documentation Guidelines

General Documentation Guidelines

  • Documentation is required for ongoing accommodations through our office.

  • Documentation is confidential information from an appropriately qualified professional that is knowledgeable about your condition. This might be a therapist, doctor, rehabilitation counselor, audiologist, nurse practitioner, or mobility specialist.

  • Documentation can vary in length and format, but should focus on the ways the condition currently affects you---especially in an academic environment. Your disability counselor can guide you in how to obtain current and complete documentation if necessary.

 

Please call (218) 726-6130 or email access@d.umn.edu if you have questions.

 

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