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Students seeking to set up accommodations need to contact the Student Accommodations & Accessibility Office. Accommodations are primarily set up through three main categories: academic, temporary, and housing accommodations.

Academic accommodations are long-term accommodations for class environments, such as accommodations for testing, group work, assignments, and campus facilities. 

Temporary accommodations are for students who have surgery, sustain a concussion, become pregnant, need acute mental health accommodations, have extended illnesses, have temporarily disabling injuries or circumstances, or have other temporary needs for health-related reasons.

Housing accommodations include any accommodations needed in the residence halls, such as an accommodation to the “no pets” policy to have an ESA in the dorm, accommodations for individual rooms, bathroom accommodations, and more.  

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