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Documentation Guidelines

The disability documentation should be based on a comprehensive diagnostic/clinical evaluation that adheres to the guidelines outlined in each category.

Certificate of Disability Forms

These forms are to be completed by your treating licensed provider, and returned to SDRC before accommodations can be determined.

Accessible Parking

For information on obtaining a Disabled Person Parking Placard or Plates, please visit the Department on Motor Vehicles.  For information on UCR's Accessible Parking, or other transportation options, please visit UCR's Transportation Services.

 

Forms to be completed for High Stakes Exams

SDRC can support in the completion of forms for students seeking accommodations for high stakes exams.  Please submit completed requests to sdrc@ucr.edu.  If an appointment/meeting is required, you will be notified.  Please allow up to 10 work days for your documentation to be completed from the date of the request.  To ensure this process is not delayed, please make sure to review that the required information, that you have provided SDRC with the information needed to support your request, complete your section of the forms, provide SDRC with the forms you are needing to be completed. Please note that UCR SDRC is not responsible for the timeline or approval of exam accommodations for non UCR exams.

*Please note that each testing agency has their own process and timeline, ranging from days to months.  Preparation and planning is key to accessing accommodations in high stakes exams.

ETS Accommodations ; Bulletins and Supplements by exam (i.e. GRE, Praxis, ...)

LSAT Accommodations

MCAT Accommodations

USMLE

CBEST

CSET

 

 

 

 

 

 

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