“Objective and appropriately documented evidence” means
the student will provide documentation of the disability and the most
recent testing/evaluation by a certified, licensed professional (e.g.,
physician, psychologist, neuropsychologist, educational diagnostician,
or student clinicians supervised by a qualified professional) person
whose training is commonly accepted for establishing a specific diagnosis. The
professional completing the evaluation should not be a family member.
The documentation must be sufficiently recent as to describe how the
disability currently affects the student.
All documentation must be provided to Disability Services Coordinator (DSC) on professional letterhead and contain the dates of assessment, signatures, and titles of the diagnosing professionals. Documentation may be sent to the DSC at any time.