Incoming New & Transfer Student To-Do List
If you are an incoming or new transfer student and you have dietary, housing, learning, mental health, or physical/medical accommodation needs, the office of Academic Success & Disability Services would love to work with you in determining and setting up appropriate supports. Look for the appropriate information below and feel free to call, email, or set up an individual appointment to further discuss your needs. Our contact information is:
Fax: 909-335-5296 (Private)
Address: 1200 E. Colton Ave.
Redlands, CA 92373
Appointments to discuss accommodations over the summer can be held by phone, Skype, or in person.
Dietary and housing accommodations will be determined when the Accommodations Request packet is submitted (see below).
Academic accommodations will officially be put in place within the first few weeks of classes during your in-person appointment. Registration is August 31st, 2019, and appointments for academic accommodations can be scheduled as of September 2nd, 2019. Schedule your appointment when you do not have class.
Transfer students who register for classes at Transfer Orientation in July will also set up appointments to put academic accommodations in place as of September 2nd, 2019.
Academic accommodations are for those students who had an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan in high school. These plans can include learning differences, mental health, or physical/medical diagnoses.
If you had an IEP or 504 Plan, please provide the following information:
You may also have had accommodations for physical/medical or mental health reasons. If that is the case, a letter from your medical or mental health professional is needed, and which shares:
Amy Wilms, Assistant Dean of Academic Success & Disability Services, will work with you in person to determine and set up academic accommodations.
Once you have registered for classes, please contact Academic Success & Disability Services at 909-748-8069, or stop by and make an appointment in person at the Student Development Center, ground floor of the Armacost Library, across the hall from the Human Resources Department, and down the hall from the Jones Computer Center.
If you are seeking housing accommodations, you must complete the Accommodated Housing Request packet. A qualified medical/mental health professional must complete some of the paperwork as well. Download the packet here.
If you are seeking dietary accommodations, a conversation or meeting with our food service group is also required. Please contact Student Affairs at 909-748-8053 for the appropriate contact information
If you are seeking one or both accommodations, a personal statement must be included, stating in your own words the reason/s you are seeking a particular accommodation. This can be sent to email@example.com in an email or as a Word document.
Please complete the information in the Accommodated Housing Request packet as soon as possible so your request can be reviewed by the Accommodations Committee (see packet for further information) and a decision can be determined and communicated to you.