Special Admission Consideration based on a Disability
The University does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to its programs or activities. Students who do not meet general admission requirements and have documented proof of a disability (for example: blind or low vision, deaf or hard of hearing, motor or physical disabilities, psychological or emotional disorders, specific learning disabilities, ADHD/ADD, or other disabilities) may request consideration of the disability in the appeal process. Applicants who wish to appeal may submit documentation verifying disability along with a letter of appeal. For more information on the appeal process, please visit the Admissions webpage.
The University advises students with disabilities to register with the DRC immediately upon admission to UNF. In order to provide accommodations, a student must be registered with the Disability Resource Center (DRC).
To register with the DRC, the student must supply the DRC office with written documentation of his/her disability (see How to Register with the DRC).
Prior UNF students returning for course work after an absence of three consecutive semesters must follow current DRC documentation requirements and policies.
To view the University's official regulation, click here.