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The Team at Agility
Welcome to Student Accessibility Services. We are here to ensure that you have a barrier-free
experience while at The University of the South. SAS recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is
integral to society and our campus. Accessibility is very important to the University of the South, and we
strive to create an inclusive community for all students.
By definition, a disability that qualifies a student for accommodations in college is a physical or mental
impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities. These activities may include,
but are not limited to, caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, seeing, hearing, walking, speaking,
breathing, learning, reading, and working. In order to request accommodations via Student Accessibility
Services, the university requires official documentation that verifies your disability.
To determine the official medical or psychological documentation accepted, please see the attached
Documentation Guidelines for Student Accessibility Services. In order to receive accommodations, your
documentation must equal or exceed what is described in the guidelines set forth.
Once your documentation has been received by Student Accessibility Services, you will receive an email
informing you that your paperwork has been evaluated and requesting that you make an intake
appointment to review the Accommodations that you may be eligible to receive. Please note that we
must have a minimum of three weeks from the date of receipt of all documentation to evaluate your
request in its entirety.
As a college student, it is your responsibility to:
Identify yourself to Student Accessibility Services as a person with a disability
Provide the required documentation in a timely manner
Follow the procedures outlined by the university for obtaining assistance
Meet with faculty to provide a copy of your accommodation letter and discuss your needs
Advocate for yourself if the accommodations which you are entitled are not being provided
We look forward to working with you as you succeed here at Sewanee! Following this letter is a SAS
checklist to provide you with additional guidance through this process. Please feel free to contact SAS if
you have any questions or need any assistance. SAS can be reached via email at ” target=”_blank”>firstname.lastname@example.org or
phone at 931-598-1270. Documentation can also be faxed to 931-598-1746.
– The Department of Student Accessibility Services