Where to Begin
Enrolled UNO Students
To ensure that the necessary accommodations are in place before classes begin, we encourage students to begin the registration process as early as possible.
2. Request Documentation of a Disability
UNO has established documentation guidelines to describe what information the University needs in order to make disability and accommodation determinations. Documentation should be submitted by fax or email.
Students who are unsure about what information to submit are strongly encouraged to talk with the Accessibility Services Center staff about their specific disability before pursuing any new documents or reports.
3. Accommodation Interview
Once your documentation is received, an appointment to meet with the staff will be made to discuss the accommodation request. At this time, students will learn about departmental policies and procedures. Following the meeting, students will receive a letter confirming their registration and approved accommodation. If you do not receive confirmation of receipt within three business days, call Accessibility Services Center to confirm delivery.
Please remember: All information submitted to University of Nebraska Omaha’s Accessibility Services Center remains within the office. These document are separate from a students academic records.
High School Students
Please contact Accessibility Services Center via email or phone for more information.
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