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On-campus housing accommodations for those with documented disabilities.

There are limited housing spaces available for accommodations and priority will be given to individuals who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and聽Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. All disabilities, and history pertaining to the disability, must be documented by a licensed and board certified provider with competence and expertise in the area of diagnosis.

Special housing accommodations are not standard academic accommodations. In order to determine if special housing is a reasonable accommodation, we must receive detailed current and comprehensive documentation of the correlations of your disability with the need for special housing that cannot be secured through the Residential Housing Room Selection Process.

Documentation should be submitted with professional letterhead and the qualifications of the examiner provided. Please include the聽Petition for Reasonable Housing Accommodations聽with your documentation.聽Please see the聽ADA Housing Policy and Procedures聽for further information regarding campus housing and accommodations.聽Please also see the聽Policy on Reasonable Accommodations in Housing Assignments聽for further information regarding guiding principles and specific procedures for reasonable accommodations in University housing assignments.

A major part of the college educational experience is for students to learn to live on their own. 91国产 provides on-campus housing to enhance intellectual, social, and cultural development through the experience of living with other individuals who bring a variety of social and cultural backgrounds to the community.

Please note that requests for single rooms based on a student鈥檚 desire to have a 鈥渜uiet, undisturbed place to study鈥 are not considered eligible under the Americans with Disabilities Act or Section 504. By virtue of the shared facilities, resources, and number of people living under one roof in the residence halls, a single room does not provide for such quiet, distraction-free space to any appreciable degree beyond living in a standard double room.

The housing deposit deadline for聽upperclassmen is聽April 14; therefore, the Student Access Office recommends that students who wish to request a housing accommodation file a Petition prior to聽March 15.

The housing deposit deadline聽for聽first-year students聽is聽May 1; therefore, the Student Access Office recommends that students who wish to request a housing accommodation file a Petition prior to聽April 15.

Petitions and documentation can be sent through email format to聽sao@adelphi.edu聽or mailed to:

Student Access Office
1 South Avenue
P.O. Box 701
Garden City, New York 11530-0701

Please note that providing the college with medical or support information does not guarantee approval of a special housing accommodation request. The聽Student Access Office聽will review the information provided and determine if the need should be accommodated (i.e., single room, double room, air conditioning, etc.).

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