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DOCUMENT YOUR DISABILITY

✓   Did you send in documentation?

Download documentation forms HERE

Please call 631-632-6748 or email DSS@stonybrook.edu if you have any questions about the documentation required. Send in a intake form and proper documentation of your disability and accommodations requested to:

Disability Support Services
128 Educational Communications Center

PREPARING FOR ORIENTATION

✓   Mathematics Assessment: Visit http://assess.math.sunysb.edu/

In order to enroll in a mathematics course, or a course with a mathematics prerequisite, all new students must demonstrate the appropriate level of mathematics proficiency. This is done by taking a proctored mathematics exam or its equivalent (appropriate transfer credit, AP scores, etc.) New students must take the proctored exam prior to their scheduled orientation.

If you require an accommodation for the assessment you will need to take it at DSS.

Appointments can be made by contacting us at 631-632-6748.

In order to provide accommodations DSS must receive and review your Documentation.

Download documentation forms HERE

✓   Register for Classes at Orientation

Be sure to schedule time between classes if you will need extended time for exams


ACADEMIC ACCOMMODATIONS

✓   Did you meet with your DSS counselor?

EVERY SEMESTER come in to DSS to meet with a counselor as soon as you have been to all your classes and know your professors’ names. Bring your syllabus for each class. You will be filling out an accommodation request form to generate a letter to each professor that explains your accommodations.

✓   Did you set up appointments to speak individually with each of your professors to discuss your accommodations?

Remember, if you have testing accommodations; discuss how your professors want you to alert them to send each test to DSS.

✓   Did you review our pages on Eligibility and Helpful Tips for detailed information on arranging accommodations?

 

 

 

Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in all forms, including sexual violence and/or harassment. 
Contact Raul M. Sanchez, Senior Director for Title IX and Risk Management, Office of the President, 310 Administration Building, 
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-0701, raul.sanchez@stonybrook.edu (631)-632-6975
See www.stonybrook.edu/titleix for more information and/or to report an incident.