Students with Disabilities
The university extends fair and empathetic consideration to applicants with documented mobility, hearing, visual, learning, medical, chronic pain, acquired brain injuries and psychological/psychiatric disabilities. Careful reviews will be made on an individual case-by-case basis.
Students with learning disabilities, ADHD, or acquired brain injury should be prepared to provide current psycho-educational or neuro-psychological documentation. Students with sensory, mobility or medical disabilities should provide current medical documentation of the condition. Applicants who fall within 5 percent of the established cut-off average for their program based on midterm grades, and provide the requested supporting documentation, will be considered by the appropriate Admissions Committee on an individual basis.