To better support you, we need learn more about the nature and impact of your disability
from a professional.
Common forms of documentation include, but are not limited to:
An IEP and ETR or 504 Plan
If you don't have documentation of your disability, a professional with whom you are
working (MD, Psychologist, etc.) can instead fill out our Disability Verification Form
Step 2: Submit your Documentation
Documentation can be submitted:
Via email to firstname.lastname@example.org To follow the social distancing protocols the college implemented in response to the
COVID-19 outbreak, we are only accepting documentation via email at this time.
When emailing, please include your contact information, as well as the semester you
intend to take classes.
*Important note about accommodated placement testing* Columbus State has temporarily suspended in-person placement testing because of the
health risks during COVID-19. Instead, the College is using alternative methods to
place students in the best-fit courses for their academic success. For additional
information, please visit Columbus State's Placement Testing webpage.
A member of our Advocate team will send you an email within 2-5 business days of receipt
of your documentation. The email will notify you to either schedule your intake appointment
with us or that we require additional information.
Step 4: Meet with your Assigned DS Advocate for an Intake Interview.
In keeping with social distancing protocol, at this time we are conducting Intake
Interviews via phone, or virtually. During your intake, you and your DS Advocate will
discuss your disability. Based on this information, we will create an accommodation
plan that you can use to receive services at Columbus State. You will also be trained
on how to utilize approved services and accommodations.
If you have questions about documentation or the intake process, feel free to call
our Intake Specialist at 614-287-2570.