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Newly admitted students and current students seeking accommodations for the first time must submit medical documentation to support their request. This involves completing online registration and accommodation forms with the ARC to identify as a student with a disability. After review, a specialist will hold an Intake meeting to discuss accommodation needs, and an accommodation letter will be provided thereafter.

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Current and returning students are required to submit requests to renew their academic accommodations each semester. For housing and ESA accommodations, renewal must be completed annually by July 15 to ensure ample processing time by the ARC. Applications submitted after this date will still be processed, but approval letters may not be received before the school year begins.

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The Accessibility Resource Center is committed to collaborating with students, faculty, and staff to ensure equitable access through reasonable accommodations, all while upholding course standards and prioritizing the health and safety of our campus community. To access support from the ARC, please complete and submit the relevant request form.


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The Accessibility Resource Center coordinates accommodations for students and staff of MWSU with unique accessibility needs and/or disabilities. Ensuring the success of students and staff is the top priority for the ARC. Individuals in need of accommodations are encouraged to submit a formal request.

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July is Disability Pride Month!

Find out how you can participate here:

Welcome to the MWSU Accessibility Resource Center (ARC). Our goal is to create an accessible and inclusive collegiate environment for students with disabilities.

The ARC coordinates support services and programs that enable equal access to education and university life for students with disabilities, including temporary or permanent challenges with mental health, chronic health, sensory ability, physical health/mobility, or learning ability.

If you are living with one or more disabilities, we invite you to meet with us virtually or in Eder 201 and register with our office – it is voluntary and confidential. You will need to supply documentation by a qualified professional regarding the impact of your disability along with your registration form.