In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Antioch College offers reasonable accommodations to students with documented learning, physical, and/or psychological disabilities. The Center for Academic Support Services (CASS) is dedicated to providing equal access to all of the colleges programs, services and educational opportunities for students with disabilities. If a student has one or more documented disabilities that affects their ability to learn or participate in a campus program or service, they are asked to provide documentation to the Associate Director of Student Support Services. The information provided will be reviewed with the student to determine accommodations and approaches for effective learning and/or engagement. Students are required to identify their needs and register with the Center for Academic Support Services in order to be considered eligible for reasonable accommodations at Antioch College.
In order to receive accommodations at Antioch College, students must follow the process to register:
- Complete the application;
- Submit professional documentation of disability, and;
- Attend an Accommodation Planning meeting.
Disability Documentation Forms
Emotional Support Animal Forms
Please note that this office will not accept documentation provided by a member of the student’s family.