Illinois Wesleyan University is committed to providing equal access and opportunity to all campus programs and activities for students with disabilities. Determination of eligibility for support services, academic accommodations and auxiliary aids is based on documentation received from appropriate medical, educational, and psychological sources. Disability Services (located in 110 Holmes Hall) secures and maintains documentation of disabilities, determines reasonable accommodations, and works with the student, faculty, and staff to develop plans for providing such accommodations. Self-advocacy is highly encouraged for students with disabilities as they progress through their collegiate experience.
Process for Obtaining Academic Accommodations
Housing/Meal Plan Accommodations Information
Rights and Responsibilities
Assistive Services at Ames Library
Service Animal Policy Statement
Emotional Support Animal Policy Statement
Forms to be completed by the student
Forms to be completed by the relevant professional
Verification of Physical Disability
Verification of Learning Disability
Verification of Psychiatric or Psychological Disability
Verification of ADD-ADHD
Verification of Temporary Medical Condition
Verification for Housing/Meal Plan Accommodations
Verification for Emotional Support Animal
The Academic Advising Center has space and proctoring staff available for students requiring extended time or a reduced-distraction environment when taking exams based on eligible accommodations under the American Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990). The student is responsible for working with his/her professor to have the Exam Proctoring Form completed. We request the submission of this form to the Academic Advising Center (via email, fax or campus mail) at least 48 hours before the exam is to be proctored.
Chandra M. Shipley, M.S.Ed.
Director of Academic Advising & Coordinator of Disability Services
Illinois Wesleyan University
110 Holmes Hall
PO Box 2900
Bloomington, IL 61702-2900