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Psychological Conditions

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.

Available Support*

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:

  • Alternative test-taking accommodations
  • Locker (assigned based on priorities)
  • Personal, academic, and career track counseling
  • Priority registration
  • Program planning and advisement specific to a student's needs
  • Referrals to outside clinics and agencies
  • *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.

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