The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) engages in an interactive process with each student and determines accommodations on an individualized, case-by-case, course-by-course basis. Depending on the nature and functional limitations of a student’s disability, they may be eligible for reasonable and appropriate accommodations. Accommodations and services are available to students attending Storrs and all of the regional campuses including Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury and the School of Social Work. Students at the School of Law, School of Medicine, School of Dental Medicine should refer to those specific websites for information regarding requesting accommodations.
How to Request Accommodations at a Regional Campus:
Your NetID and password are required for registration.
A paper version of the online registration form is available here: CSD Accommodations Request Form.pdf. Mail or fax completed forms to the CSD (mailing address, and fax listed below).
Step 2: You will receive an email confirmation to your UConn email account from CSD-MyAccess once registration is complete. This email includes a link to a Student Self-Report Form. Complete and submit the form electronically by clicking the blue Submit button at the bottom of the page. Use the form to provide us with information regarding your condition and how it affects you.
Step 3: Provide documentation regarding your condition(s) to the CSD, which explains the need for accommodations. Guidelines for documentation are available here: Documentation Guidelines. You should share the Documentation Guidelines with your treatment provider who can best describe the nature of the condition(s) and how it affects you.
Documentation may be submitted confidentially by any of the following methods:
Center for Students with Disabilities
University of Connecticut
233 Glenbrook Rd., Unit 4174
Storrs, CT 06269-4174
Step 4: Contact your Regional Campus Coordinator to schedule an appointment. Once you complete the online registration in MyAccess, an email will be sent to you from CSD-MyAccess with the name and contact information of your Regional Campus Coordinator. Call the number listed in the email to schedule an appointment (either in-person or over the phone) with your Regional Campus Coordinator to discuss your request for accommodations.
Step 5: You will receive an email notification from your Regional Campus Coordinator regarding the outcome of your request for accommodations.
Step 6: If approved for accommodations, your Regional Campus Coordinator will communicate these accommodations to the appropriate offices on campus. For academic accommodations, your Coordinator will draft your accommodation letters and email you and your Teaching Professionals (faculty, teaching assistants, etc.). You can view your completed letters in MyAccess.
You are responsible for notifying your Regional Campus Coordinator if:
Your condition or its impact on you changes during the semester;
You need to discuss your accommodations or request new accommodations;
Your approved accommodations are not coordinated in a timely manner.
If you have any questions regarding the registration process or technical issues while registering through MyAccess, please contact Timothy Smagacz at email@example.com or (860) 486-2020.