Psychological Conditions, or otherwise known as affective mood disorders, impact on the ability to learn in a way that cannot be explained by intellectual or sensory factors. Some of the more common disorders are anxiety disorder, bipolar, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, post-traumatic stress sisorder (PTSD), recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse and schizophrenia.
The support and accommodations provided to each student are based upon the documentation presented by the student. The documentation is evaluated, and the student will discuss reasonable accommodations with a disability specialist. Some of the accommodations utilized by students with psychological and/or medical conditions include:
*PLEASE NOTE: Not all students will need all of the above services. Specific accommodations are based on the diagnostic information provided by each student and consultation with the Intake Counselor.